Lathrop GPM Environmental & Tort Partner Ally Cunningham, along with Insurance Recovery attorneys Sarah Lintecum and Alana McMullin, recently co-authored the article “Cos. Should Review Insurance Policies for PFAS Coverage” in Law360.
The article addresses recent changes by the EPA and other governing bodies to regulate PFAS, including the proposal of an EPA Council on PFAS. The article also discusses the impact these changes may have on companies with PFAS responsibilities, how companies should prepare, and the role insurance coverage may play when found liable. Additionally, the article covers how to address existing, older policies as well as considerations for policies moving forward, which will likely begin to include PFAS exclusions.
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