Law of Toxic Torts: Litigation, Defense, Insurance, Volume 3
This looseleaf treatise provides a comprehensive overview of the traditional legal doctrines relevant to toxic torts and new theories and litigation strategies which have recently evolved. The areas of epidemiology, medical proof, multi-party litigation, insurers' duty to defend, and other emerging topics are covered.
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COMPONENT BASED METHODS FOR EVALUATING SIMPLE MIXTURES
APPENDIX 29A Toxicological Profile for LeadAgency for Toxic
APPENDLX 29B Proposed Guidelines for ExposureRelated
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