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Cost allocation is one of the most complex and uncertain areas of multiparty environmental disputes. Environmental Liability Allocation: Law and Practice provides a one-stop practical reference devoted entirely to the specialized subject of environmental allocation. It combines an in-depth discussion of shared responsibility for environmental cleanup, emphasizing the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), with a comprehensive collection of statutes and caselaw related to CERCLA and RCRA.
Coauthored by experienced environmental attorneys and a nationally recognized geologist, it explains in understandable terms the scientific principles that form the basis for the application of rules of law. It also describes how to retain, prepare, and use expert witnesses.
This volume includes practical litigation tips and a comprehensive set of easy-to-follow legal forms, and is updated annually by the authors.