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As fracking has become the most significant environmental law and public policy question of the 21st Century, its impact has spread out to touch numerous disciplines and many areas of law.
Fracking: Law and Policy is the single-source reference that addresses all the American law and public policy issues relating to fracking.
Written by, Mark S. Guralnick, this multi-purpose deskbook addresses the current law and public policy issues related to fracking. It also serves as a formbook, practice manual, and reference guide covering all key areas of fracking, including the law, environmental, business, and public policy arenas. Jurisdiction, regulation, litigation, mineral rights and royalties, banking and insurance issues, worker safety and injury claims, insurance coverage, environmental and public health controversies, activism, and more, are all covered.
Regarding the law, Fracking: Law and Policy delivers clear, plain-English discussions of:
Fracking: Law and Policy also closely examines the litigation landscape, with:
In addition, an entire portion of Fracking: Law and Policy is dedicated to public policy, sustainable business and corporate social responsibility, delivering valuable chapters on:
Fracking: Law and Policy takes an objective look at organized activism, the need for engagement, and the risks associated with extremism and misinformation. A list of activist groups is provided.
The book also tackles each of the major environmental and public health controversies:
Fracking: Law and Policy provides the most comprehensive and meticulous examination of all scientific, regulatory, economic, cultural, social, legal, and policy issues connected to this highly charged topic. It is the ideal resource for lawyers, regulators, scientists, engineers and oil and gas contractors, insurers, investors, safety inspectors, citizen advocates, legislators, policymakers, energy professionals and financial advisors.