A Manhattan lawyer who’s spent his career battling Chevron Corp. over pollution in Ecuador said he may collect as much $600 million in fees if his court victory in the South American nation is enforced.
A former Ecuadorean judge who issued a $19 billion pollution ruling against Chevron Corp. told a U.S. court that he worked alone on the case and denied the company’s allegation that his decision was ghostwritten.
A lawyer who helped fund pollution litigation in Ecuador against Chevron Corp. that resulted in a $19 billion judgment told a judge he became concerned about how the case was being handled and recommended plaintiffs settle.
Sullivan & Cromwell LLP, Morris Manning & Manning LLP, Venable LLP, Wachtell Lipton Rosen & Katz and Proskauer Rose LLP advised on American Realty Capital Properties Inc.’s agreement to buy Cole Real Estate Investments Inc. for about $6.85 billion as it seeks to become the largest owner of U.S. single-tenant buildings.
Chevron Corp. said it won’t seek money damages against two Ecuadorians it sued in a New York racketeering case claiming the pair committed fraud to win a $19 billion verdict in a pollution case in their country.
A former Ecuadorean judge who testified he and a colleague received bribes from plaintiffs who won a $19 billion pollution judgment against Chevron Corp. told a U.S. court he initially exaggerated those claims.
A former Ecuadorean judge who presided over a pollution case against Chevron Corp. testified that he and a colleague who issued a $19 billion judgment against the company in the environmental lawsuit were bribed.