March 1, 2016

Hydraulic Fracturing, Induced Seismicity, and Insurance Coverage: Are Insurers Being Asked to Pay for Lack of Regulation?

Philadelphia partner Jason Gosselin and associate Joe Kelleher published an article in FC&S Legal titled, "Hydraulic Fracturing, Induced Seismicity, and Insurance Coverage: Are Insurers Being Asked to Pay for Lack of Regulation?" The article discusses issues at the intersection of insurance law, hydraulic fracturing, and induced seismicity, including the rise of induced seismicity, the implications for earthquake insurance policies, and the reaction of state regulatory bodies.
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