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17 Environmental Groups Criticize Chevron Before Supreme Court for Faking Evidence

5 May 2017 | The Chevron Pit

Seventeen prominent environmental and human groups have blasted Chevron and its legal team before the U.S. Supreme Court for fabricating evidence in the historic Ecuador pollution case and for violating the Free Speech rights of the company's critics.     Read more...

Chevron's False Evidence in Ecuador Now Before U.S. Supreme Court

31 March 2017 | The Chevron Pit

Chevron's false evidence used to fraudulently cover up its legal responsibility for a $12 billion pollution judgment in Ecuador has been put before the U.S. Supreme Court. This is a real test of the High Court's own ability to police lower court judges who get involved in judicial corruption.     Read more...

Why Canadian Courts Care about Justice in Ecuador

9 March 2017 | Huffington Post

To answer Mr. Cameron’s question, the reason the Canadian courts considered the valid claims of the 30,000 Ecuadorian victims of one of the worst corporate crimes in history is because they realize that facts and justice do, in fact, matter.     Read more...

Plaintiffs Plan To Appeal Chevron Decision

13 February 2017 | Law Times

The lawyers representing Ecuadorian plaintiffs in a lawsuit against Chevron Corporation have applied for leave to appeal a judge's decision to dismiss an action against the company's Canadian subsidiary.     Read more...

Ecuadoreans' Legal Fight Against Chevron Continues in Canada

teleSUR interviewed Steven Donziger, a lawyer fighting for justice for communities affected by the oil company's "Amazon Chernobyl"
2 February 2017 | teleSUR

In 1993, U.S. lawyer Steven Donziger and others filed a lawsuit in New York against Texaco on behalf of Indigenous nationalities and campesino communities in Ecuador's Amazon whose land and water had been thoroughly contaminated over a 26-year period.     Read more...

Can Chevron Avoid Paying Clean-Up Costs By Hiding Behind Shell Companies?

A Canadian judge seems to think that’s just fine...
25 January 2017 | Huffington Post

Judge Hainey essentially ruled that a multinational fleeing a valid court judgment that hides its assets in a maze of paper subsidiaries can completely insulate itself from paying its obligations, while losing nothing in terms of profit or control.      Read more...

In Canada, Chevron Faces New Nightmare Scenario Over Ecuador Pollution Liability

23 January 2017 | The Chevron Pit

Judge Glenn Hainey of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice ruled that Ecuadorian indigenous groups from the Amazon rainforest can take the oil giant to trial as part of their effort to seize company assets to pay the $9.5 billion tab needed to remediate their ancestral lands.     Read more...

Chevron's Massive Pollution In Ecuador Frames Death of Legendary Nurse Rosa Moreno

5 January 2017 | The Chevron Pit

Rosa Moreno, the legendary nurse in Ecuador who spent three decades treating children and others afflicted with cancer in the area of Chevron's oil pollution in the Amazon rainforest, has now herself succumbed to cancer. One might reasonably question whether Chevron's refusal to clean up its pollution in Ecuador played a role in this tragic event.     Read more...

Big Oil Plays Big Victim in Big Ways

Exxon Campaign Against Environmental Groups and AG Offices Eerily Similar To Chevron's Against Ecuadorian Indigenous
31 October 2016 | Medium

Exxon and Chevron have something in common other than oil these days. They both are playing big victims in big ways to distract from their environmental wrongdoing.     Read more...

No Money, Power or Influence, But the Ecuadorians Are Still Here, Fighting Chevron

Oil Giant’s 53-Day Fraud, Denying Ecuadorians Justice in Ecuador Contamination Case
15 September 2016 | Medium

Over 23 years ago, 48 Ecuadorians sued Chevron for massive oil contamination in the Amazon rainforest. Nobody thought they would win. They may never see a dime from Chevron. The Ecuadorians have no money; no power; no influence. But, they are still here, demanding justice.     Read more...