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Get the latest Chevron Ecuador lawsuit news. This category covers recent 2015 lawsuit news and the latest on Steven Donziger, the attorney that used corrupt means to obtain a 2011 court verdict in Ecuador.

May 28, 2019
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Lago Agrio: Donziger Held In Contempt – Letters Blogatory

On May 23, Steven Donziger, the American lawyer for the Lago Ario plaintiffs, was held in contempt of court in post-judgment proceedings in New York. Chevron first moved to hold Donziger in contempt in March 2018, and it has filed a series of motions since then. I have covered the contempt issues, though not exhaustively, in several posts, which you can find by browsing through this archive.

May 25, 2019
Truths about fraudulent lawsuit against Chevron in Ecuador

Donziger Held In Contempt In $9.5B Chevron Ecuador Fight – Law 360

A New York federal court on Thursday imposed sanctions on suspended attorney Steven Donziger, who helped secure a fraudulent $9.5 billion judgment against Chevron Corp. in Ecuador, saying Donziger had blatantly ignored the court’s orders forbidding him from profiting from the award.

May 24, 2019

Steven Donziger, Suspended Attorney, Is Held in Contempt of Court – Forbes

I’ve detailed the civil contempt of court motion against Steven Donziger in prior columns. So it’s very pleasing to read United States District Judge Lewis Kaplan’s remarkable, 75-page, contempt of court ruling. It begins with these words: “Steven Donziger, formerly a lawyer, has led a corrupt effort to extort billions of dollars from Chevron Corporation.”

May 23, 2019

Steven Donziger, Disbarred Former Attorney, Is Held in Contempt of Court – Forbes

I’ve detailed the civil contempt of court motion against Steven Donziger in prior columns.  So it’s very pleasing to read …

April 18, 2019

Yet another court smacks down Ecuador’s attempted shakedown of Chevron – Washington Examiner

Ecuador’s corrupt, leftist regime and its grifting American lawyers keep losing and losing and losing in a long-running case that proves there is such a thing as international justice.

April 17, 2019
Legal fraud of the century - Chevron in Ecuador

Dutch High Court Continues Burying The Chevron Shakedown – Hot Air

It’s been a while since we last checked in on New York (former) attorney Steven Donziger and his merry band of Ecuadorian racketeers who attempted the extortion of a major energy company in what’s become known as the Chevron Shakedown.

April 17, 2019
Chevron Ecuador case background

Top Dutch Court Won’t Nix Awards In Chevron, Ecuador Fight – Law360

The Dutch Supreme Court has refused to set aside awards issued by an international tribunal ordering Ecuador to prevent enforcement of a $9.5 billion judgment against Chevron over pollution in the Amazon, which was later found by the tribunal and U.S. courts to have been obtained through fraud.

April 15, 2019

Dutch High Court Finds for Chevron Over Ecuador – Forbes

Readers of this column by now know the details of the effort to use fraudulent “lawfare” to extort billions from Chevron Corp., for pollution damages most likely caused by an Ecuadorean corporation long after Texaco Petroleum (which Chevron subsequently purchased) had left Ecuador and had obtained a formal certification that all pollution had been remediated.

April 8, 2019
Truths about fraudulent lawsuit against Chevron in Ecuador

Chevron Keeps Winning, Its Leftist Foes Keep Losing – National Review

There is always a latest chapter in the Legal Fraud of the Century, which is the story of a determined leftist environmentalist cabal’s attempt to shake down of Chevron for many billions over bogus claims.

April 8, 2019

The Supreme Court of Canada Dismisses Donziger’s Ecuador Petition to Appeal – Forbes

Regular readers of this column should be happy, but not surprised, to learn that the Supreme Court of Canada has rejected a request to review a ruling by the Ontario Court of Appeal that a $9.5 billion Ecuadorian judgment against Chevron Corporation.

April 8, 2019

Canadian Justices Leave Chevron Canada Out Of $9.5B Fight – Law360

Canada’s Supreme Court has declined to review a decision that a group of Ecuadorians can’t go after a Canadian Chevron subsidiary’s assets to satisfy an embattled $9.5 billion pollution judgment, but the plaintiffs remained undeterred, saying they’ll continue enforcement efforts against the parent company.

March 23, 2019

Donziger Still Defying Court In $9.5B Ecuador Fight: Chevron – Law360

Chevron Corp. told a New York federal judge Wednesday that new evidence proves attorney Steven Donziger flouted an order barring …