Chevron Foes in Ecuador Case Ask Second Circuit to Save Them from Judge Kaplan

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Chevron and its army of lawyers keep piling on more evidence of fraud and judicial corruption in their U.S. racketeering case against the plaintiffs lawyers who won a $19 billion environmental judgment against the oil giant in Ecuador. But according to counsel for the Amazonian plaintiffs at Patton Boggs, the real problem isn't the judges in Ecuador. It's the one in New York.

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