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Emergency response and emergency management law : cases and materials, by William C. Nicholson

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Emergency response and emergency management law : cases and materials
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Emergency response and emergency management law
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by William C. Nicholson
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The nine years since publication of the first edition of Emergency Response and Emergency Management Law have seen major changes in the laws that govern the structure and substance of emergency response and emergency management. The first edition came out only two years after the 9/11 attacks, and subsequent legal revisions had only begun to shake the foundations of the disciplines at that time. During the intervening years, major events such as Hurricane Katrina and laws created in response have altered the legal landscape. New governmental structures were created in the aftermath of 9/11. Th
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Emergency response and emergency management law : cases and materials, by William C. Nicholson
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: SECTION I EMERGENCY RESPONSE LAW -- ch. 1 Duty To Act -- pt. 1 Duty to Act -- American National Bank & Trust Company v. City of Chicago, 192 Ill. 2d 274 (Ill. 2000) -- pt. 2 Who Must Act? -- Dwyer v. Bartlett, 472 A.2d 431 (Me. 1984) -- ch. 2 Training Accidents -- One of the least understood areas of emergency law is training accidents. Examines a case finding possible liability in the sponsoring entity. Discussion of volunteer vs. employee vs. special employee -- Brassinga v. City of Mountain View, 77 Cal. Rptr. 2d 660 (Cal. 6th App. Dist. 1998) -- ch. 3 Vehicle Issues -- pt. 1 Hot Pursuit -- One of the most controversial topics in law enforcement response: When does a pursuit become so heated that innocent drivers are endangered? -- City of Pinellas Park v. Brown, 604 So. 2d 1222 (Fla. 1992) County of Sacramento v. Lewis, 523 U.S. 833 (1998) -- pt. 2 Vehicle Accident
  • Note continued: All emergency response entities face the danger of vehicle accidents as they respond to or from a scene -- Hoffert v. Luze, 578 N.W.2d 681 (Iowa 1998) -- pt. 3 Criminal Liability for Emergency Vehicle Accident -- Montecalvo v. Ohio, LEXIS 3942 (Ohio App. 1990), rev'd -- Ohio v. Montecalvo, 671 N.E.2d 236 (Ohio 1996) -- ch. 4 Dispatch Issues -- The first step in answering the call to an emergency response is dispatch -- pt. 1 Delayed Dispatch -- Koher v. Dial, 653 N.E.2d 524 (Ind. App. 1995) -- pt. 2 Dispatch Standards, Infliction of Mental Distress, and Creation of New Law -- Hammond v. Central Lane Communications Center, 816 P.2d 593 (Ore. 1991) -- ch. 5 Emergency Medical Services -- Explores topics of particular interest to EMS -- pt. 1 Documentation and Liability Protection -- pt. 2 Patient Consent -- Shine v. Vega, 709 N.E.2d 58 (Mass. 1999) -- pt. 3 Treatment of Minor Patients -- pt. 4 Good Samaritan Acts
  • Note continued: Evelyn M. Burks v. Lars T. Granholm, C.A. No. 99C-06-012, LEXIS 364 (Del. Super. 2000) -- Clarken v. United States, 791 F. Supp. 1029 (D.N.J. 1992) -- pt. 5 Delayed Response -- Regester v. Longwood Ambulance Co., Inc., 751 A.2d 694 (Pa. Cmwlth. 2000) -- ch. 6 Managing A Response: Standard Operating Procedures, Mutual Aid, And The Incident Management System -- Examines the interrelationship between incident management, mutual aid agreements, and standard operating procedures -- I.Managing a Response -- II.Background of the Incident Management System HAZWOPER -- III.Early Federal Guidelines for Incident Management at a Terrorism Response -- IV.Legally Sound Mutual Aid Agreements -- V.Standard Operating Procedures -- VI.The National Response Framework (NRF) and the National Incident Management System (NIMS) -- A.Why the NRP/NRF and NIMS? -- B.From NRP to NRF -- C.The National Response Framework (NRF) -- D.The National Incident Management System (NIMS)
  • Note continued: VII.Putting It All Together -- Buttram v. United States, Civ. Cas. No. 96-0324-S-BLW slip op. (D. Idaho, Feb. 1999) -- VIII.How Far Do NIMS' and the NRF's Writ Run? -- Herbert Freeman, Jr., et al. v. United States Department of Homeland Security, et al. 2007 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 31827 (E.D. La. 2007) -- Appendix A Fiscal Year 2009 NIMS Implementation Objectives -- ch. 7 Hazardous Materials Incidents -- Considers the additional requirements imposed by law on a hazardous materials response -- pt. 1 Hazardous Materials Incidents and Terrorism -- pt. 2 29 CFR 1910.120 HAZWOPER and NFPA Standards for HAZMAT Responders -- pt. 3 OSHA Violation Liability -- Victor Microwave, Inc., 1996 OSAHRC Lexis 57, 37-38; 17 OSHC (BNA) 2141 (OSHRC Docket No. 94-3024 1996) -- ch. 8 Using Volunteer Resources -- pt. 1 Traditional Legal Standards for Volunteers -- Warren v. District of Columbia, 1980 D.C. App. LEXIS 423 -- pt. 2 The Volunteer Protection Act of 1997
  • Note continued: pt. 3 Licensing and Liability of Volunteer Emergency Management Workers -- pt. 4 Who Is a Volunteer? -- Northern Indiana Public Service Co. v. Sharp, 732 N.E.2d 848 (Ind. App. 2000) -- ch. 9 Recovery By Responders: The Rescue Doctrine, The "Fireman's Rule," Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, And World Trade Center Site Litigation -- Examines duties to responders -- pt. 1 The Rescue Doctrine and the Fireman's Rule -- Heck v. Robey, 659 N.E.2d 498 (Ind. 1995) -- pt. 2 Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder -- Means v. Baltimore County, Maryland, 89 A.2d 1238 (Md. App. 1997) -- pt. 3 World Trade Center Site Litigation -- In Re: World Trade Center Disaster Site Litigation, SDNY (2006) -- SECTION II EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT LAW -- ch. 10 Powers Of Governors -- Materials compare gubernatorial powers in different states. Indiana has a "weak" Governor, while New Jersey has a "strong" Governor -- pt. 1 State Emergency Management Statute
  • Note continued: pt. 2 Michael S. Herman, Gubernatorial Executive Orders, Rutgers L.J., Vol. 30 No. 4, pp. 987-991 (1999) -- ch. 11 State And Local Responsibilities -- Examines responsibilities and potential liabilities for emergency planning by states and local units of government -- pt. 1 Indiana Code 10-14-3-9 State Planning Responsibilities -- pt. 2 The Structure and Responsibilities of State and Local Emergency Management Authorities -- ch. 12 Federal Emergency Management: History, Evolution, And Challenges / William C. Nicholson -- I.A Brief History of Federal Emergency Management: The Origins -- II.Creation of FEMA -- III.The September 11, 2001 Attacks -- Terrorism Takes Center Stage -- IV.Hurricane Katrina and Calls for FEMA's Independence -- V.Funding Issues -- VI.FEMA's Future -- Appendix A Presidential Policy Directive (PPD) 8 "National Preparedness" -- ch. 13 Federal Emergency Management Grants / William C. Nicholson
  • Note continued: I.Working with FEMA: Grants Management Processes and Procedures -- A.Guidance for Grant Administrators -- B.State Application Requirements for Disaster Grant File -- C.State Application Requirements for a Non-Disaster Grant -- D.Reporting/Reconciling Requirements -- E.Post-Award Changes Requiring FEMA Approval -- F.Closeout-Winding Up the Grant -- G.Expense Limitations That May Cause Difficulties -- H.Audits -- II.Finding Federal Funds Before a Disaster: Predisaster Mitigation Grants and Preparedness (Non-Disaster) Grants -- ch. 14 Difficulties In Mitigating Legal Exposure -- Obtaining Competent Legal Advice: Challenges for Emergency Managers and Attorneys -- 46 Cal. W. L. Rev. 343 (Spring, 2010) -- William C. Nicholson -- I.Introduction -- II.The Requirements for Competent Legal Counsel and the Consideration of Legal Issues -- III.Anecdotal Information Regarding Local Legal Counsel and Local Emergency Management Coordinators
  • Note continued: IV.Existing Research on the Relationship Between LGAs and EMCs -- V.Training for LGAs and EMCs on Legal Issues in Emergency Management -- VI.Conclusion -- ch. 15 Legal Steps For Mitigation -- pt. 1 Quantifying Legal Risk / Lucien Canton -- I.Introduction -- II.Liability Risk Matrix -- III.Factors in the Liability Risk Matrix -- A.History of Litigation -- B.Specific Attorney Assigned to Emergency Management -- C.Meetings Between Attorney and Emergency Manager -- D.Specific Emergency Management-related Tasks Performed by Attorneys -- IV.Requirements for Legal Advice in Emergency Management -- A.NFPA 1600 -- B.National Response System and National Response Framework -- C.Guide for All Hazards Emergency Operations Planning (SLG 101) -- D.Comprehensive Preparedness Guide 101 Version 2.0 (November 2010) (CPG 101) -- V.Using the Matrix -- VI.Conclusion -- pt. 2 Mitigation Case
  • Note continued: Mitigation focuses on breaking the cycle of disaster damage, reconstruction, and repeated damage. It includes "prevention" which DHS considers to be a fifth phase of emergency management -- Gove v. Zoning Board of Appeals, 444 Mass. 754; 831 N.E.2d 865 (Mass. S. J. Ct. 2005) -- ch. 16 Potential Negligence Liability In Emergency Management -- Government Negligence Liability Exposure in Disaster Management Ken Lerner, 23 Urban Lawyer 333 (1991) -- I.Introduction -- A.Trends in Disaster Management -- B.Trends in Governmental Tort Immunity -- II.Statutory Immunity Provisions -- A.Immunity Provisions in Emergency Services Acts -- B.General Governmental Tort Immunity Provisions -- III.Application of Traditional Governmental Immunity Tests to Emergency Management in Litigation -- A.Governmental-Proprietary Test -- B.Discretionary Function Test -- 1.Planning -- Lack of Plan or Flawed Plan -- 2.Plan Implementation -- Failure to Follow Plan
  • Note continued: 3.Executive-Level Decision Making -- Poor Decision -- 4.Street-Level Operations -- Operational Error -- IV.Conclusion -- ch. 17 Limited English Proficient (Lep) Populations And Emergency Management: Legal Requirements And Interpreting/Translating Assistance / Nancy Schweda Nicholson -- I.Introduction -- II.Legal Requirements and Standards for the Provision of Language Services -- A.Federal Statutory Enactments -- 1.The Civil Rights Act of 1964 -- 2.The Court Interpreters Act of 1978 (Public Law 95-539) -- B.Executive Order 13166 -- C.National Incident Management System (NIMS) and the National Response Plan (NRP) -- 2004 -- D.CPG 301: Interim Emergency Management Planning Guide for Special Needs Populations -- Federal Emergency Management Agency and DHS Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties. Version 1.0 (August 15, 2008)
  • Note continued: E.Comprehensive Preparedness Guide (CPG) 101, Version 1.0: Developing and Maintaining State, Territorial, Tribal and Local Government Emergency Plans -- F.Developing and Maintaining Emergency Operations Plans, Comprehensive Preparedness Guide (CPG) 101, Version 2.0, November 2010 -- III.Overview of the Language Services Profession -- A.Modes of Interpreting -- B.The Role of ad hoc Interpreters -- C.General Misconceptions Regarding Language Services -- D.Additional Discussion of EM Issues in the Interpreting/Translation Literature -- IV.The Need for Greater Awareness of Language Issues in the Emergency Management Field -- A.Treatment of Language Issues in Selected EM Publications -- B.Problems and Pitfalls in Locating Competent Language Services Providers -- V.The Role of Professional Interpreter and Translator Associations in LEP Access -- VI.Federal and State Court Interpreter Certification Programs
  • Note continued: VII.Language Services Initiatives in the Public and Private Sectors -- VIII.FEMA and Other Website Materials in Languages Other Than English (LOEs) -- IX.The Need for Recruitment of Fluent Bilingual EM Staff Personnel -- X.Use of the Internet and Social Networking Sites like Facebook in the Emergency Management Field -- XI.Conclusion -- Appendix A Executive Order 13166 of August 11, 2000: Improving Access to Services for Persons With Limited English Proficiency and enforcement of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964-National Origin Discrimination Against Persons With Limited English Proficiency; Policy Guidance -- Appendix B February 17, 2011 Memorandum from the Attorney General Re-stating the Federal Government's Renewed Commitment to Language Access Obligations Under Executive Order 13166 -- ch. 18 Preparedness Cases -- Preparedness includes planning, training, and exercising
  • Note continued: Coates v. United States of America, 612 F. Supp. 592 (C.D. Ill. 1985) -- Leake v. Murphy, 617 S.E.2d 575 (Ga. App. 2005) -- Jonathan Paige et al. v. David Green et al., Conn. Super. Lexis 3342 (Superior Court of Connecticut, Judicial District of Waterbury 2007) -- ch. 19 Emergency Preparedness And The Court System -- In Re: Emergency Preparedness Planning, 2006 Miss. Lexis 206 (Miss. S.Ct. 2006) -- ch. 20 "When The Wind Blows": The Role Of The Local Government Attorney Before, During, And In The Aftermath Of A Disaster / Michele L. Lieberman -- I.Introduction -- II.The Law -- A.Federal Emergency-Response Legislation -- B.Florida's Emergency-Response Legislation -- C.County Governments' Statutory Authority and Responsibility -- D.Municipalities' Statutory Authority and Responsibility -- E.The Role of County and Municipal Law Enforcement -- III.Lessons Learned, or Forgotten?
  • Note continued: IV.The Role of the Local Government Attorney Before, During, and After the Storm -- V.A Common Challenge -- VI.Mutual Aid Agreements -- VII.A Word About Volunteers -- VIII.Donations Management -- IX.Final Thoughts -- ch. 21 Recovery Cases -- Recovery involves restoring the situation to the "status quo ante" -- at least as good as it was before the emergent event occurred -- Bernofsky v. The Road Home Corporation, 741 F. Supp. 2d 773 (U.S.D.Ct. W.D.La. 2010) -- St. Tammany Parish v. Federal Emergency Management Agency, 2009 U.S. App. LEXIS 1887 (5th Cir. January 22, 2009) -- SECTION III TOWARD THE FUTURE -- ch. 22 The Ethical Imperative / William C. Nicholson -- ch. 23 "All Of That Changed On September 11" / William C. Nicholson -- I.Introduction -- II.Homeland Security Expenditures -- III.Policy and Legal Changes -- IV.Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan -- V.Iraq and Afghan War Veterans: Expertise and Challenges -- VI.Legal "Mission Accomplished?"
  • Note continued: VII.Conclusion -- ch. 24 Conclusion
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Emergency response and emergency management law : cases and materials, by William C. Nicholson
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: SECTION I EMERGENCY RESPONSE LAW -- ch. 1 Duty To Act -- pt. 1 Duty to Act -- American National Bank & Trust Company v. City of Chicago, 192 Ill. 2d 274 (Ill. 2000) -- pt. 2 Who Must Act? -- Dwyer v. Bartlett, 472 A.2d 431 (Me. 1984) -- ch. 2 Training Accidents -- One of the least understood areas of emergency law is training accidents. Examines a case finding possible liability in the sponsoring entity. Discussion of volunteer vs. employee vs. special employee -- Brassinga v. City of Mountain View, 77 Cal. Rptr. 2d 660 (Cal. 6th App. Dist. 1998) -- ch. 3 Vehicle Issues -- pt. 1 Hot Pursuit -- One of the most controversial topics in law enforcement response: When does a pursuit become so heated that innocent drivers are endangered? -- City of Pinellas Park v. Brown, 604 So. 2d 1222 (Fla. 1992) County of Sacramento v. Lewis, 523 U.S. 833 (1998) -- pt. 2 Vehicle Accident
  • Note continued: All emergency response entities face the danger of vehicle accidents as they respond to or from a scene -- Hoffert v. Luze, 578 N.W.2d 681 (Iowa 1998) -- pt. 3 Criminal Liability for Emergency Vehicle Accident -- Montecalvo v. Ohio, LEXIS 3942 (Ohio App. 1990), rev'd -- Ohio v. Montecalvo, 671 N.E.2d 236 (Ohio 1996) -- ch. 4 Dispatch Issues -- The first step in answering the call to an emergency response is dispatch -- pt. 1 Delayed Dispatch -- Koher v. Dial, 653 N.E.2d 524 (Ind. App. 1995) -- pt. 2 Dispatch Standards, Infliction of Mental Distress, and Creation of New Law -- Hammond v. Central Lane Communications Center, 816 P.2d 593 (Ore. 1991) -- ch. 5 Emergency Medical Services -- Explores topics of particular interest to EMS -- pt. 1 Documentation and Liability Protection -- pt. 2 Patient Consent -- Shine v. Vega, 709 N.E.2d 58 (Mass. 1999) -- pt. 3 Treatment of Minor Patients -- pt. 4 Good Samaritan Acts
  • Note continued: Evelyn M. Burks v. Lars T. Granholm, C.A. No. 99C-06-012, LEXIS 364 (Del. Super. 2000) -- Clarken v. United States, 791 F. Supp. 1029 (D.N.J. 1992) -- pt. 5 Delayed Response -- Regester v. Longwood Ambulance Co., Inc., 751 A.2d 694 (Pa. Cmwlth. 2000) -- ch. 6 Managing A Response: Standard Operating Procedures, Mutual Aid, And The Incident Management System -- Examines the interrelationship between incident management, mutual aid agreements, and standard operating procedures -- I.Managing a Response -- II.Background of the Incident Management System HAZWOPER -- III.Early Federal Guidelines for Incident Management at a Terrorism Response -- IV.Legally Sound Mutual Aid Agreements -- V.Standard Operating Procedures -- VI.The National Response Framework (NRF) and the National Incident Management System (NIMS) -- A.Why the NRP/NRF and NIMS? -- B.From NRP to NRF -- C.The National Response Framework (NRF) -- D.The National Incident Management System (NIMS)
  • Note continued: VII.Putting It All Together -- Buttram v. United States, Civ. Cas. No. 96-0324-S-BLW slip op. (D. Idaho, Feb. 1999) -- VIII.How Far Do NIMS' and the NRF's Writ Run? -- Herbert Freeman, Jr., et al. v. United States Department of Homeland Security, et al. 2007 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 31827 (E.D. La. 2007) -- Appendix A Fiscal Year 2009 NIMS Implementation Objectives -- ch. 7 Hazardous Materials Incidents -- Considers the additional requirements imposed by law on a hazardous materials response -- pt. 1 Hazardous Materials Incidents and Terrorism -- pt. 2 29 CFR 1910.120 HAZWOPER and NFPA Standards for HAZMAT Responders -- pt. 3 OSHA Violation Liability -- Victor Microwave, Inc., 1996 OSAHRC Lexis 57, 37-38; 17 OSHC (BNA) 2141 (OSHRC Docket No. 94-3024 1996) -- ch. 8 Using Volunteer Resources -- pt. 1 Traditional Legal Standards for Volunteers -- Warren v. District of Columbia, 1980 D.C. App. LEXIS 423 -- pt. 2 The Volunteer Protection Act of 1997
  • Note continued: pt. 3 Licensing and Liability of Volunteer Emergency Management Workers -- pt. 4 Who Is a Volunteer? -- Northern Indiana Public Service Co. v. Sharp, 732 N.E.2d 848 (Ind. App. 2000) -- ch. 9 Recovery By Responders: The Rescue Doctrine, The "Fireman's Rule," Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, And World Trade Center Site Litigation -- Examines duties to responders -- pt. 1 The Rescue Doctrine and the Fireman's Rule -- Heck v. Robey, 659 N.E.2d 498 (Ind. 1995) -- pt. 2 Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder -- Means v. Baltimore County, Maryland, 89 A.2d 1238 (Md. App. 1997) -- pt. 3 World Trade Center Site Litigation -- In Re: World Trade Center Disaster Site Litigation, SDNY (2006) -- SECTION II EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT LAW -- ch. 10 Powers Of Governors -- Materials compare gubernatorial powers in different states. Indiana has a "weak" Governor, while New Jersey has a "strong" Governor -- pt. 1 State Emergency Management Statute
  • Note continued: pt. 2 Michael S. Herman, Gubernatorial Executive Orders, Rutgers L.J., Vol. 30 No. 4, pp. 987-991 (1999) -- ch. 11 State And Local Responsibilities -- Examines responsibilities and potential liabilities for emergency planning by states and local units of government -- pt. 1 Indiana Code 10-14-3-9 State Planning Responsibilities -- pt. 2 The Structure and Responsibilities of State and Local Emergency Management Authorities -- ch. 12 Federal Emergency Management: History, Evolution, And Challenges / William C. Nicholson -- I.A Brief History of Federal Emergency Management: The Origins -- II.Creation of FEMA -- III.The September 11, 2001 Attacks -- Terrorism Takes Center Stage -- IV.Hurricane Katrina and Calls for FEMA's Independence -- V.Funding Issues -- VI.FEMA's Future -- Appendix A Presidential Policy Directive (PPD) 8 "National Preparedness" -- ch. 13 Federal Emergency Management Grants / William C. Nicholson
  • Note continued: I.Working with FEMA: Grants Management Processes and Procedures -- A.Guidance for Grant Administrators -- B.State Application Requirements for Disaster Grant File -- C.State Application Requirements for a Non-Disaster Grant -- D.Reporting/Reconciling Requirements -- E.Post-Award Changes Requiring FEMA Approval -- F.Closeout-Winding Up the Grant -- G.Expense Limitations That May Cause Difficulties -- H.Audits -- II.Finding Federal Funds Before a Disaster: Predisaster Mitigation Grants and Preparedness (Non-Disaster) Grants -- ch. 14 Difficulties In Mitigating Legal Exposure -- Obtaining Competent Legal Advice: Challenges for Emergency Managers and Attorneys -- 46 Cal. W. L. Rev. 343 (Spring, 2010) -- William C. Nicholson -- I.Introduction -- II.The Requirements for Competent Legal Counsel and the Consideration of Legal Issues -- III.Anecdotal Information Regarding Local Legal Counsel and Local Emergency Management Coordinators
  • Note continued: IV.Existing Research on the Relationship Between LGAs and EMCs -- V.Training for LGAs and EMCs on Legal Issues in Emergency Management -- VI.Conclusion -- ch. 15 Legal Steps For Mitigation -- pt. 1 Quantifying Legal Risk / Lucien Canton -- I.Introduction -- II.Liability Risk Matrix -- III.Factors in the Liability Risk Matrix -- A.History of Litigation -- B.Specific Attorney Assigned to Emergency Management -- C.Meetings Between Attorney and Emergency Manager -- D.Specific Emergency Management-related Tasks Performed by Attorneys -- IV.Requirements for Legal Advice in Emergency Management -- A.NFPA 1600 -- B.National Response System and National Response Framework -- C.Guide for All Hazards Emergency Operations Planning (SLG 101) -- D.Comprehensive Preparedness Guide 101 Version 2.0 (November 2010) (CPG 101) -- V.Using the Matrix -- VI.Conclusion -- pt. 2 Mitigation Case
  • Note continued: Mitigation focuses on breaking the cycle of disaster damage, reconstruction, and repeated damage. It includes "prevention" which DHS considers to be a fifth phase of emergency management -- Gove v. Zoning Board of Appeals, 444 Mass. 754; 831 N.E.2d 865 (Mass. S. J. Ct. 2005) -- ch. 16 Potential Negligence Liability In Emergency Management -- Government Negligence Liability Exposure in Disaster Management Ken Lerner, 23 Urban Lawyer 333 (1991) -- I.Introduction -- A.Trends in Disaster Management -- B.Trends in Governmental Tort Immunity -- II.Statutory Immunity Provisions -- A.Immunity Provisions in Emergency Services Acts -- B.General Governmental Tort Immunity Provisions -- III.Application of Traditional Governmental Immunity Tests to Emergency Management in Litigation -- A.Governmental-Proprietary Test -- B.Discretionary Function Test -- 1.Planning -- Lack of Plan or Flawed Plan -- 2.Plan Implementation -- Failure to Follow Plan
  • Note continued: 3.Executive-Level Decision Making -- Poor Decision -- 4.Street-Level Operations -- Operational Error -- IV.Conclusion -- ch. 17 Limited English Proficient (Lep) Populations And Emergency Management: Legal Requirements And Interpreting/Translating Assistance / Nancy Schweda Nicholson -- I.Introduction -- II.Legal Requirements and Standards for the Provision of Language Services -- A.Federal Statutory Enactments -- 1.The Civil Rights Act of 1964 -- 2.The Court Interpreters Act of 1978 (Public Law 95-539) -- B.Executive Order 13166 -- C.National Incident Management System (NIMS) and the National Response Plan (NRP) -- 2004 -- D.CPG 301: Interim Emergency Management Planning Guide for Special Needs Populations -- Federal Emergency Management Agency and DHS Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties. Version 1.0 (August 15, 2008)
  • Note continued: E.Comprehensive Preparedness Guide (CPG) 101, Version 1.0: Developing and Maintaining State, Territorial, Tribal and Local Government Emergency Plans -- F.Developing and Maintaining Emergency Operations Plans, Comprehensive Preparedness Guide (CPG) 101, Version 2.0, November 2010 -- III.Overview of the Language Services Profession -- A.Modes of Interpreting -- B.The Role of ad hoc Interpreters -- C.General Misconceptions Regarding Language Services -- D.Additional Discussion of EM Issues in the Interpreting/Translation Literature -- IV.The Need for Greater Awareness of Language Issues in the Emergency Management Field -- A.Treatment of Language Issues in Selected EM Publications -- B.Problems and Pitfalls in Locating Competent Language Services Providers -- V.The Role of Professional Interpreter and Translator Associations in LEP Access -- VI.Federal and State Court Interpreter Certification Programs
  • Note continued: VII.Language Services Initiatives in the Public and Private Sectors -- VIII.FEMA and Other Website Materials in Languages Other Than English (LOEs) -- IX.The Need for Recruitment of Fluent Bilingual EM Staff Personnel -- X.Use of the Internet and Social Networking Sites like Facebook in the Emergency Management Field -- XI.Conclusion -- Appendix A Executive Order 13166 of August 11, 2000: Improving Access to Services for Persons With Limited English Proficiency and enforcement of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964-National Origin Discrimination Against Persons With Limited English Proficiency; Policy Guidance -- Appendix B February 17, 2011 Memorandum from the Attorney General Re-stating the Federal Government's Renewed Commitment to Language Access Obligations Under Executive Order 13166 -- ch. 18 Preparedness Cases -- Preparedness includes planning, training, and exercising
  • Note continued: Coates v. United States of America, 612 F. Supp. 592 (C.D. Ill. 1985) -- Leake v. Murphy, 617 S.E.2d 575 (Ga. App. 2005) -- Jonathan Paige et al. v. David Green et al., Conn. Super. Lexis 3342 (Superior Court of Connecticut, Judicial District of Waterbury 2007) -- ch. 19 Emergency Preparedness And The Court System -- In Re: Emergency Preparedness Planning, 2006 Miss. Lexis 206 (Miss. S.Ct. 2006) -- ch. 20 "When The Wind Blows": The Role Of The Local Government Attorney Before, During, And In The Aftermath Of A Disaster / Michele L. Lieberman -- I.Introduction -- II.The Law -- A.Federal Emergency-Response Legislation -- B.Florida's Emergency-Response Legislation -- C.County Governments' Statutory Authority and Responsibility -- D.Municipalities' Statutory Authority and Responsibility -- E.The Role of County and Municipal Law Enforcement -- III.Lessons Learned, or Forgotten?
  • Note continued: IV.The Role of the Local Government Attorney Before, During, and After the Storm -- V.A Common Challenge -- VI.Mutual Aid Agreements -- VII.A Word About Volunteers -- VIII.Donations Management -- IX.Final Thoughts -- ch. 21 Recovery Cases -- Recovery involves restoring the situation to the "status quo ante" -- at least as good as it was before the emergent event occurred -- Bernofsky v. The Road Home Corporation, 741 F. Supp. 2d 773 (U.S.D.Ct. W.D.La. 2010) -- St. Tammany Parish v. Federal Emergency Management Agency, 2009 U.S. App. LEXIS 1887 (5th Cir. January 22, 2009) -- SECTION III TOWARD THE FUTURE -- ch. 22 The Ethical Imperative / William C. Nicholson -- ch. 23 "All Of That Changed On September 11" / William C. Nicholson -- I.Introduction -- II.Homeland Security Expenditures -- III.Policy and Legal Changes -- IV.Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan -- V.Iraq and Afghan War Veterans: Expertise and Challenges -- VI.Legal "Mission Accomplished?"
  • Note continued: VII.Conclusion -- ch. 24 Conclusion
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2nd ed.
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1 online resource (444 pages)
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(OCoLC)828793782

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