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Tweet Follow me Atossa Soltani, of Amazon Watch, and its the founder and executive director, has reportedly elected to avoid testifying on behalf of RICO defendant Steven Donziger in the Chevron Ecuador fraud trial, this blogger learned today. Chevron is suing Steven Donziger in the ongoing Chevron Ecuador controversy for alleged violations of the...

Tweet Follow me The Chevron Ecuador trial pitting Steven Donziger against the American Oil Company based on its RICO complaint, has taken a turn against the now-famous trial lawyer. According to a number of sources, Jeffrey Shinder, Managing Partner of the law firm Constantine Cannon’s New York office, took the stand and explained that he...

Tweet Follow me Chevron Ecuador compares to Chevron Oil Refinery Accident? Richmond Mayor Gayle McLaughlin can’t resist acting like an irresponsible and unknowing political activist, even as the Mayor of Richmond. (Bet she doesn’t know that oil on her gloves in that Contra Costa Times photo came from the state-run Petroecuador’s...

Tweet Follow me In the latest chapter of the Chevron Ecuador lawsuit, the American oil company is moving closer to legal victory, particularly over its main attacker, Steven Donziger. Donziger has long claimed that Chevron was responsible for oil pollution in Ecuador’s Amazon region, even though the state-run Petroeucador was the principal...

Tweet Follow me The latest Chevron Ecuador news is that Chevron is not liable for environmental damage claims made and that stemmed from the operation of an oil production constortium from 1966 to 1992 that consisted of Texaco Petroleum Company, and Petroecuador, the state-run oil company of Ecuador, and generally called TexPet. An International...

Tweet Follow me Chevron Ecuador has another new twist: Steven Donziger, the lead plaintiff’s lawyer in the lawsuit against Chevron by Ecuador (the claim that it was filed by Ecuador’s indigent community, and with no involvement from the Government of Ecuador, was disproved long ago), is caught red-handed in fabricating evidence via court...

Tweet Follow me Ecuador President Rafael Correa, in following through on a promise he made four years ago to drill in the United Nations-protected Yasuni National Park, has upset many in Ecuador, and revealed the lawsuit against Chevron to be what this blogger has long said it was: a sham. President Correa proved this weekend, that his main concern...

Tweet Follow me This Chevron Ecuador news features more of the diaries of Steven Donziger, the lead plaintiff’s lawyer working to sue Chevron (correctly called ‘Texaco’ in the diary and because Texaco, or TexPet, was part of a consortium with the Ecuador-run PetroEcuador Oil Company that was 65 percent owned by Ecuador and that...

Tweet Follow me Steven Donziger Update: 50 Pages Of Steven Donziger Diary Content The latest Chevron Ecuador news would seem to point to implicative statements by Steve Donziger, the man who cooked up the fraud-based lawsuit against Chevron for oil production it never did, Texaco cleaned up, and Ecuador’s oil company failed to manage on its...

Tweet Follow me The latest Chevron Ecuador case news. Chevron’s August 2011 $96 million award by the International Court at The Hague was confirmed today. According to various reports, Washington DC District Judge James E. Boasberg said judgment in favor of Chevron has been entered in the amount of $96.35 million plus compound interest calculated...

Tweet Follow me Petroecuador, it’s poor oil environmental record already exposed in the Chevron Ecuador case, has another new oil spill to deal with, one that occurred on June 4th, and is now threatening Brazil and Peru, and has placed those countries on high alert, as reported today, Sunday, June 9th 2013. Here’s the account, translated...

Tweet Follow me Steve Donziger takes another giant hit in the fraudulent ‘Chevron Ecuador’ lawsuit, where Mr. Donziger has waged a decades long chase for billions of dollars on a foundation of false evidence and ecuadorian legal bullying of such a high level that his financiers have left him. Without money, Mr. Donziger can’t afford...

Tweet Follow me Steven Donziger and his friends have faced another giant setback in their attempt to collect $19 billion via Chevron as part of Ecuador’s rulling against the American oil giant that inherited the legal mess caused by the TexPet organization. TexPet was the corporate oil production joint venture between Texaco and the State...

Tweet Follow me PetroEcuador’s oil spill problems and lack of financial resources to fix its own leaky oil production system have not be talked about in the Chevron Ecuador case. But the Wikileaks Cable this blogger found and presented below shows a state-run organization that was under fire in Ecuador for constantly polluting the fragile Amazon...

Tweet Follow me Steven Donziger’s walls are closing in around him in the Chevron Ecuador case. Today’s huge bombshell for Mr. Donziger has caused the wheels to fall off his $19 billion lawsuit against Chevron in the TexPet PetroEcuador controversy that became a lawsuit for money – big money. (The truth is that TexPet, and not...

Tweet Follow me Steven Donziger, the main instigator of the lawsuit against Chevron for activities of the oil producing Petroecuador / Texaco consortium TexPet in Ecuador to 1992 and before Chevron bought Texaco, what we call “Chevron Ecuador,” is in big trouble today after the consulting firm he selected to work on the case quit. The...

Tweet Follow me The Chevron Ecuador case, which really should be called the “Tex-Pet Ecuador” case since Chevron was not operating in Ecuador at the time and up to Texaco’s departure in 1992, has produced another new and interesting development: U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan has refused the request of the Patton Boggs lawfirm...

Tweet Follow me Ecuador President Rafael Correa has won reelection for a third term, but this time his massive 30-point victory is tainted by the mark of scandal. The basic assumption that comes with the news that an elected official has won reelection is the existence of a free press – that’s not the case in Ecuador. To be fair, before...

Tweet Follow me Ecuador’s never good at listening, preferring to march against the World, and to the beat of its own, corrupt, legal drum. That habit caught up to the country in the Chevron Ecuador lawsuit, where an international arbitration tribunal at The Hague issued an award Thursday that went against the country. Basically, the Permanent...

Tweet Follow me This is going to be an interesting event. Steven Donziger, the lead plaintiff’s attorney in the Chevron Ecuador case, will attend the first The Stanford Journal of Complex Litigation’s Symposium. Called “Lessons from the Chevron Ecuador Litigation” it’s an all-day event, from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM at room...

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