Insurance Coverage for Environmental Claims
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Who Should Pay the Costs of Environmental Cleanup?
Whether you represent the insurer or the insured, the potential costs can run into the millions if your client is found liable. To help you effectively represent your client, this comprehensive, two-volume treatise will walk you through the complexities of environmental insurance coverage. This treatise will provide you with clear and concise analysis of:
• federal statutes, such as CERCLA, RCRA, NEPA, TSCA, EPCRA, OPCA, the Refuse Act, CWA, CAA, and the state analogs;
• the particular insurance policies at issue;
• case preparation and discovery;
• jurisdiction, venue and choice of law
• scientific and technical considerations--environmental assessment and remediation techniques; and
• the implications of climate change for the insurance industry.
Cutting Client Costs--Consider Alternatives to Litigation
Expensive litigation, uncertainty of results, publicity, and lengthy time delays are making alternative dispute resolution (ADR) an increasingly welcomed vehicle for resolving both domestic and international insurance disputes. Mitchell Lathrop provides extensive coverage of the non-litigation avenues available to insurers and insureds alike.
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First published in 1992.
2 Volumes with annual updates.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Environmental Statutes and Regulations
Chapter 3 General Liability Insurance
Chapter 4 Property Insurance
Chapter 5 Pollution Coverage and Other Types of Insurance
Chapter 6 Trigger of Coverage
Chapter 7 Excess Insurance
Chapter 8 Duties and Obligations of Insured and Insurer
Chapter 9 Tobacco
Chapter 10 Reinsurance
Chapter 11 Lead
Chapter 12 Mold
Chapter 13 Asbestos
Chapter 14 Terrorism
Chapter 15 [Reserved]
Chapter 16 Diseases Related to Environmental Contamination
Chapter 17 Additional Common Contaminants
Chapter 18 Climate Change and Insurance
Chapter 19 Natural Disasters
Chapter 20 Genetically Modified Organisms
Chapter 21-23 [Reserved]
Chapter 24 Bad Faith and Punitive Damages
Chapter 25 Case Preparation and Discovery
Chapter 26 Jurisdiction, Venue and Choice of Law
Chapter 27 Alternative Dispute Resolution
Chapter 28-34 [Reserved]
Chapter 35 Scientific and Technical Considerations: Environmental Assessment and Remediation Techniques
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