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Knowing Just Enough To Be Dangerous: A Primer for Complex Toxic Tort and Environmental Cases
Toxics Law Reporter (1996)
  • Richard Faulk
Abstract
"Complexity" is a hallmark of toxic tort and environmental litigation. To be sure, these cases present complex factual, medical, and scientific issues. The extent of the "complexity," however, depends largely upon the trial lawyer's ability to recognize the issues that actually require extensive attention. This article deals with a number of practical problems facing lawyers in complex toxic tort and environmental cases.
Keywords
  • toxic tort,
  • environmental litigation
Disciplines
Publication Date
May 15, 1996
Citation Information
Richard Faulk. "Knowing Just Enough To Be Dangerous: A Primer for Complex Toxic Tort and Environmental Cases" Toxics Law Reporter Vol. 10 Iss. 49 (1996)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/richard_faulk/38/