The Dawning of Disaster LawNW Laywer
AbstractWhat really matters, what unites disasters of all stripes, including earthquakes in Japan, tornadoes in Oklahoma, oil spills in the Gulf of Mexico, and the terrorist attacks on 9/11, is how you respond during the disaster, how you recover from it afterwards, and how you prepare - or better, prevent - the next disaster from happening. This is what disaster theorists, including Professor Dan Farber at Berkeley Law, term the "disaster cycle." In simplest terms: readiness, response, and recovery.
Citation InformationClifford J. Villa. "The Dawning of Disaster Law" NW Laywer Vol. 70 (2016) p. 36
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