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May 24, 2010

Proceedings Reveal New Evidence of Fraud and Plaintiffs’ Undisclosed Links

Chevron Corp. (NYSE: CVX) has uncovered new evidence that Ecuadorian court appointee Richard Cabrera, the so-called “independent expert” claiming that Chevron should pay $27 billion in damages, has had ongoing and surreptitious contacts with plaintiffs’ representatives and that a substantial portion of Cabrera’s court-ordered analysis is based on materials that could only have been provided by the plaintiffs’ representatives outside of the court proceeding. Additional new evidence shows that Cabrera allowed his supposedly independent assistants to work directly with the plaintiffs’ lawyers. Chevron made a filing in Ecuador on Friday informing the court of this new evidence of misconduct.

April 5, 2010

Plaintiffs’ Expert Reveals Fraud by Lawyers in Ecuador Lawsuit

In Sworn Deposition, Expert Denies Authoring Reports Submitted in His Name SAN RAMON, Calif., Apr. 5, 2010 – Lawyers for …

October 19, 2009

Trial lawyers seeking a major payday don’t often want the facts to get in the way of a good story

And they’ll keep telling their story over and over again with more and more embellishment until someone either confronts them …

October 7, 2009

Recent Surge in Lawsuits Filed Against Ecuador Underscores Government Interference, Politically Tainted Judicial System in Chevron Case

A recent article in El Comercio, a major Ecuadorian newspaper, exposes a telling increase in the number of lawsuits filed …