Managing Exposure in the New Age of Terrorism

Lawler, Jean M.; Timberlake, Sarah J.
June 2002
FDCC Quarterly;Summer2002, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p587
Academic Journal
Discusses the legal history of the war risk exclusion. Background on manuscript terrorism exclusions; Details on acts of terrorism; Information on manuscript terrorism endorsements.


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