As reported by Medical Law Perspectives and other news outlets, the oil and gas extraction industry has an elevated occupational fatality rate that is consistently among the highest of any U.S. industry.
By Dylan McGuire
The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico last spring and summer was not only catastrophic to the environment of the region, […]
BP’s Attorneys ‘Checking with the Client’
NEW ORLEANS – Plaintiff attorneys have been assuming that BP would not cite the $75MM OPA liability cap […]
The following story was taken from the latest issue of HB’s Oil Litigation & Insurance Coverage Report.
NEW ORLEANS — Since consolidation last month […]
Following the Exxon Valdez oil spill in 1989, Congress passed the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 (OPA), which provides for strict liability in oil […]
Kende Talks to HB’s Vivi Gorman about OPA, Oil Litigation, Insurance Coverage & Key Maritime Precedent
Following the Exxon Valdez oil spill in 1989, Congress […]
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PHILADELPHIA – May 14, 2010 – Robert F. Kennedy Jr., an international leader in environmental protection efforts, has joined the faculty […]
BERWYN, PA. – May 6, 2010 – Legal and insurance conference provider HB Litigation Conferences is holding both a conference and teleconference to educate […]
HB Developing Multiple Programs on the Oil Spill & Insurance Coverage Litigations Brewing/Spewing/Cruising/Erupting Off the Gulf June Destination Conference Details Coming Soon, Teleconference already set for May 26! Estimates are that the Deepwater Horizon spill in the Gulf of Mexico will cost insurers and reinsurers as much as $1.5 billion. The deaths, injuries, and both environmental and property damage have already sparked three dozen lawsuits.