Presented in cooperation with the NJSBA Environmental Law Section
Businesses, governmental entities and other organizations spend significant amounts on clean-up costs for...
Businesses, governmental entities and other organizations spend significant amounts on clean-up costs for environmental damage and associated administrative and defense costs. As an environmental attorney, one of the first things you should inquire about when a client brings you an environmental matter is whether there is available insurance coverage for the risk.
Understanding insurance law is a must for environmental attorneys. It is essential to understand the types of coverage available to clients for unforeseen liabilities and the how the claims process works in order to help clients maximize recovery for damages. This webinar will review the insurance law concepts every environmental attorney should know, and will provide guidance about understanding the most pressing coverage issues.
NJ CLE: Please note - This program is presented as an alternative verifiable learning format, and has been approved for 2.0 credits (50 minute hour)
NY CLE (t&nt): 2.0 professional practice credits
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