Law Scholar Criticizes U.S. Judge Kaplan for Using “Judicial Slander” To Undermine Ecuador Pollution Case

Press Release originally posted at CSRWire: http://www.csrwire.com/press_releases/37504-Law-Scholar-Criticizes-U-S-Judge-Kaplan-for-Using-Judicial-Slander-To-Undermine-Ecuador-Pollution-Case NEW YORK, N.Y., Nov. 10 /CSRwire/ – A prominent U.S. law scholar is criticizing a federal judge and Chevron for using tainted witness testimony and “international judicial slander” to illegally undermine efforts by Ecuadorian rainforest villagers to collect a $9.5 billion environmental judgment needed to clean up the extensive […]

Ecuadorians Plan to Seize $106 Million in Chevron Assets

By Adam Klasfeld, Courthouse News Service30 September 2014 Amazon rainforest residents plan to seize the $106 million in Chevron’s assets in Ecuador, their lawyers said Tuesday, turning a corner in the decades-old pollution fight. If successful, the seizure will mark the first time that Amazon residents received a penny of the $9.5 billion environment judgment […]

The Road to Midland, Texas

Reposted from: CSR Strategy Group Holed up in a hotel, I’m reflecting on what has brought me to Chevron’s annual shareholder meeting in Midland, Texas. I first learned of Texaco’s decades of oil pollution in the Ecuadoran Amazon in the early 1990s. As I was first organizing shareholders to oppose Texaco’s partnership with Burma’s military […]