John G. Nevius

John G. Nevius was a shareholder in the New York office of Anderson Kill and chair of the firm’s environmental law group. He was also a registered professional engineer and adjunct professor of law at Pace University Law School where he taught a class on climate change and insurance.

Articles By Author

The Environmental Impact of Hurricanes

December 4, 2017

Managing the risks associated with severe weather events, including the immediate and latent pollution unleashed by natural disasters, is a huge challenge.

Climate Change and its Impact on the Insurance Industry

February 3, 2015

Given that severe weather always has been a driver of property and casualty claims, it is no surprise that the insurance industry is carefully considering the impact of climate change.

Staying Covered in Wind v. Flood Property Insurance Disputes

August 1, 2013

With some insurance policies, the distinction between wind v. flood and the timing of resulting damage can be crucial in successfully obtaining insurance dollars to offset losses when the worst happens.

Climate Change and the Duty to Defend

March 1, 2011

A crucial issue facing today's corporate policyholders is whether their liability insurance policies will be available to defend against climate change lawsuits.

Insurance Coverage for Gulf Oil Spill Losses

June 1, 2010

A look at the insurance coverages that will come into play in response to the largest oil spill in American history.