In his International Environmental Law column, Stephen L. Kass, a partner at Carter Ledyard & Milburn, write that within the past month, there have been major developments in three unrelated cases -
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Miguel Zaldivar Jr. and Gaston Fernandez advised Ecuador in negotiations with the Export-Import Bank of China to secure $313 million for a hydroelectric generation project
Steven Donziger, the U.S. plaintiffs lawyer who helped to win a $19 billion environmental judgment against Chevron Corporation in Ecuador, accused Chevron of using false and misleading statements to
...corruption." Chevron has been arguing in multiple fora that Petroecuador, the Ecuadorian state-owned entity that took over the drilling in 1990...
...In its showdown with Ecuador, Chevron argues that the state oil company, PetroEcuador, bears heavy responsibility for ongoing pollution, because it was the oil concession...
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