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Anticipating Environmental Issues in an Economic Downturn: 2019 Edition

On the morning of Dec. 25, the News Analysis on page A1 of the New York Times led off with this cheery holiday thought: “Sometime in the last couple of months, predictions of a major economic downturn or recession in 2019 went from being a crank view to the conventional wisdom.” At the front end of the … Continue Reading

Minimum Insurance Requirements for Regulated Entities in the Hydrocarbon Sector in Mexico

On July 23, 2018, Mexico published new administrative provisions (the “Guidelines”) implementing minimum insurance requirements for entities engaged in activities related to transportation, storage, distribution, compression, decompression, liquefaction, regasification, or retail sale of hydrocarbons or petroleum products in Mexico (“Regulated Entities”). The Guidelines will help Regulated Entities that carry out activities in the hydrocarbon sector … Continue Reading

A Reminder About Pollution Liability Coverage

In his recent Pennsylvania Law Weekly article, Kyle Johnson of GT Philadelphia discusses a recent decision from the federal district court in Pittsburgh, Wiseman Oil v. TIG Insurance, 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 14747 (W.D. Pa. Jan. 22, 2013), which highlights the importance of carrying environmental insurance, especially in connection with properties or facilities with an increased … Continue Reading
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