Is Ecuador Waging A Stealth War On America? – The Daily Caller

July 25, 2014 • Chevron Ecuador Trial In The News

The company isn’t paying, citing a 1998 settlement with Ecuador’s previous government, a $40 million clean-up by Texaco, plus joint venture responsibilities of the state-run oil company, Petroecuador. Correa continues to fight, and just last week hired former Congressman Bill Delahunt (D-Mass.) to help seize Chevron assets overseas. This is all despite a New York court citing rampant corruption in Ecuador’s legal proceedings, and shady public relations practices which reportedly involved hiring “extras” for public protests. Read more >>

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Employing U.S. subpoena power in support of foreign litigation: Chevron Corp. v. Donziger and 28 U.S.C. § 1782 – Inside Counsel

July 14, 2014 • Chevron Ecuador Trial In The News

Section 1782 can be a powerful discovery tool, and litigants would be wise to conduct themselves with the same caution employed in U.S. proceedings.
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chevronecuadorEmploying U.S. subpoena power in support of foreign litigation: Chevron Corp. v. Donziger and 28 U.S.C. § 1782 – Inside Counsel

Chevron, Patton Boggs Oppose Donziger’s Bid To Derail Deal – Law360

June 10, 2014 • Chevron Ecuador Trial In The News

Chevron Corp. filed court papers Monday defending a settlement of claims that Patton Boggs LLP covered up the corruption underpinning an Ecuadorian court’s discredited $9.5 billion pollution judgment, slamming opposition from the underlying plaintiffs and their attorney Steven Donziger as a publicity stunt. Read more >>

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chevronecuadorChevron, Patton Boggs Oppose Donziger’s Bid To Derail Deal – Law360

Judgment against Chevron bogus – Austin American-Statesman

June 5, 2014 • Chevron Ecuador Trial In The News

By Stephen W. Green, Chevron Re: May 28 commentary, “Chevron board should face critics, not hide in Midland.” Ecuadorian Ambassador Nathalie Cely’s recent op-ed contains glaring omissions and falsehoods. The judgment against Chevron in Ecuador was found by a U.S. federal court to be the product of fraud and racketeering, and unenforceable in the United States. The court found that …

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