Trends - July/August 2008

Volume 39, Number 6


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Table of Contents

Features

Views from the Chair
Lee A. DeHihns III…2

Section Spotlight…3

In Brief
Theodore L. Garrett…6

Calendar of Section Events…7

People on the Move
Steven T. Miano…15

Articles

Emerging environmental claims: What keeps insurers up at night?
Michele Schroeder and Lindene Patton…1

The impact of environmental regulation on the siting of new U.S. petroleum refineries
Rod Johnson…4

16th Section Fall Meeting Overview…8

Section Fall Meeting Comes to Phoenix
Jonathan W. Kahn…10

The evolving methods for evaluating health risks from “Goods Movement”
Robert Scofield…12

New compensatory mitigation rule applies a market-based approach to stem wetlands losses
Joseph M. Dawley…14

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