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Environmental and Toxic Tort Defense Insight
Sources on Lexis Advance
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Books in our Collection
Toxic Torts in a Nutshell by
Call Number: KF1299.H39 E37 2015 (Reserve)
Publication Date: 2015
This work introduces the study of toxic torts and identifies the theories of liability related to both toxic products and environmental pollution. It also covers special defendants, such as employers, governmental entities, and government contractors; workers' compensation; insurance coverage issues; key defenses such as statutes of limitations and preemption; causation and scientific evidence; and new theories of injury and damages. A chapter examines regulation of hazardous releases into the environment under the federal Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA). The work also addresses mass toxic torts and examines emerging actions related to nanotechnology and hydraulic fracturing.
Toxic Tort Litigation by
Call Number: KF8925.T67 T69 2013
Publication Date: 2013
Trying a toxic tort case is very different from other high-stakes litigation. This practice-focused guide explores the specific and often unique elements that distinguish this type of litigation, including the differing theories of liability and damages and the key procedural and substantive defenses to toxic tort claims. Other topics include scientific and medical evidence and causation, case strategy, trial management, settlement considerations, and causation standards that apply in four regions of the country, reviewing the standards that apply in every state.
Sources from BNA/Bloomberg
Environmental Litigation and Toxic Torts (ELTT) Committee