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New York Times – Lawyer in ‘Crude’ Case Will Have to Testify, Judge Says

More on the Chevron Ecuador Donziger ruling:

A federal judge in Manhattan has ruled that he will not quash a subpoena from the oil company Chevron seeking testimony from a lawyer depicted in the documentary “Crude,” and that the lawyer will have to give testimony in a case involving the oil giant’s business in Ecuador.

For several months Chevron has been locked in a legal battle with the filmmaker and subjects of “Crude,” a 2009 feature about a group of Ecuadorians who are suing the company, saying that oil fields established there by Texaco (now owned by Chevron) polluted their water supply.

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