Love them or hate them (or, more likely, fear them) you can't ignore Gibson Dunn's cascade of litigation triumphs
...bitter litigation battle being waged between Chevron and Ecuadorian plaintiffs over the energy giant's ...
The $9.5 billion Ecuadorian judgment against Chevron is grounded in fraud. So who cares if Canada's courts aren...
The Ecuadorians holding a $9.5 billion environmental judgment against Chevron Corporation got some welcome news on Tuesday, when an Ontario court revived...
...Tuesday in federal court in Manhattan, capping six weeks of trial in Chevron's fraud case against Donziger and his Ecuadorian clients
Calder led the Simpson Thacher team advising GeoSouthern Energy on its $6 billion sale of shale assets to Devon Energy
...errors along the way," attorney Steven Donziger said on the stand in Chevron's fraud and racketeering case alleging a multibillion-dollar Amazon shakedown
Last week, The Am Law Daily spoke with Patton Boggs managing partner Edward Newberry about the potential merger his firm is discussing with Locke Lord. Now Locke Lord managing partner Jerry Clements,
...stand to face claims that he orchestrated a multibillion-dollar fraud against Chevron Corporation in Ecuador. On Monday, Chevron began its grilling
...in 2011. But the justices backed a lower court's finding that Chevron is liable for rainforest pollution, and they blasted Chevron's attacks on...
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