Environmental Insurance Litigation: Law and Practice 2d. Tod I. Zuckerman. Thomson Reuters. 3 Volumes. Looseleaf format. Current through Release 21/November 2019. Ex-private law firm library with location labels at foot of spines and card pockets on inside front covers, else very good. Publisher's Price USD 2,362. Special $395. * This resource takes a look at the cases, laws, trial strategies, and issues that arise in environmental coverage litigation. Turn to it for a discussion of federal and state environmental statutes, including RCRA and CERCLA; insurance policy components and how they relate to environmental coverage; accident-based and occurrence-based liability policies; all types of pollution exclusions; allocation issues; and discovery strategies for both insurers' and insureds' counsels. Features include: A comprehensive overview and detailed analysis of environmental insurance issues; Contains practice tips to help attorneys competently advocate for their clients and effectively use trial strategies in environmental coverage litigation. Provides coverage of pollution, asbestos, lead, mold, and emerging climate change coverage issues. Cited as authority in 2003 Wisconsin Supreme Court Johnson Controls case.
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