Publications, Presentations & Testimony

M. Hill & G. von Stamwitz, Environmental Insurance, Escrows, and Contractual Transfers in the Context of Contaminated Property Cleanups, Purchases and Sales (Feb. 2019).

M. Hill, Expert Testimony, Proposed Transfer of Decommissioning Liabilities in Context of Nuclear Power Plant Lacks Protections Federally-Recognized as Needed (Aug. 30, 2018).

M. Hill, Interview by the International Risk Management Institute, Structure, Challenges and Future of Environmental Insurance (Nov. 2017).

M. Hill, Expert Testimony, Contracting and Other Reasons for Failure of 2001 Liability Transfer in Context of Mare Island Naval Station (May 3, 2018).

M. Hill, Industrial Bankruptcies and Environmental Cleanups, How Best to Quantify Costs Needed and Assure Their Long-Term Sufficiency, Internat’l. Risk Mgt. Institute (May 2016)

M. Hill, Fixed Price Cleanups: How To Accomplish In A Post Cost Cap World, Cont’g. Legal Education Course, Strafford CLE Webinar (Feb. 2016)

M. Hill, Fixed-Price Cleanups Insured with Captives and other Post-Cost Cap Alternatives, Chem. Waste Litig. Rptr. (Oct. 2015)

M. Hill, Transactions Today: An Update for New, Gently Used, and Road-Hardened Environmental Attorneys, American Bar Association, 41st Annual Conference on Environmental Law, (March 22, 2012).

M. Hill and R. Betterley, Environmental Insurance Market Survey — A Hardening Market But With Still Valuable Coverages (2009)

M. Hill & G. Rogers, Using Fixed Price Cleanups to Respond to New Accounting Standards, Gain Tax Savings, and Lower Cleanup Costs While Increasing Cost Certainty, BNA (2008)

M. Hill, Money Basics: A “101” Overview of Funding Sources for Brownfield Projects, EPA Brownfields Conference (2008).

M. Hill, State Insurance Programs to Promote Brownfield Redevelopment (Nov. 2006).

M. Hill, et al., Supersized: Unique Challenges and Opportunities of Very Large Brownfield Projects, EPA Brownfields Conference (2005).

M. Hill, Environmental Insurance and FPCs as a FASB Fix, to Quantify Cleanup Costs (Aug. 2005)

M. Hill, A Tale of Two Sites — How Insured Fixed-Price Cleanups Expedite Protections, Reduce Costs, and Help the EPA, the SEC, and the Public (Sept. 2003).

M. Hill, Insured Fixed-Price Cleanups as a Means to Quantify Costs and Obtain Funds to Clean Up Contaminated Sites: The Kenosha Model (April 2003).

M. Hill, BRAC: The New Brownfields Initiative, EPA Brownfields Conference (2000).

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