Mealey's Emerging Toxic Torts
focuses on the hottest area of toxic tort litigation, including chemical sensitivity; indoor air quality; groundwater, soil and air contamination; hydraulic fracking; BPA exposure; radiation; workplace exposure; pesticides; solvents; PCBs; gloves; EMFs; endocrine disruptors, and more. It provides in-depth coverage of medical monitoring; fear of cancer/disease; stigma damages; expert admissibility; federal preemption; class actions; punitive damages; and market share theory.
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