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Preliminary Injunction to Stay Ecuadorian Judgment Against Chevron in Amazonian Rain Forest Environmental Damage Case is Vacated by Second Circuit

By Louis M. Solomon, Partner, Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP We have written on District Judge Kaplan's decision earlier this year - a 127-page decision preliminary enjoining enforcement, anywhere in the world, of an Ecuadorian judgment totaling $8.646 billion obtained by Lago Agrio plaintiffs...

Ecuador Oil Pollution Claim Can Try Again To Collect From Chevron In Canada

By Meredith James Indigenous Ecuadorian villagers can try again to enforce a controversial $18 billion environmental damage award against Texaco (now merged with Chevron Corp., one of the world’s largest corporations) in Canada. This is part of a worldwide legal battle between the villagers...

Supreme Court Hears Chevron Ecuador Pollution Appeal

Can foreign pollution judgments be enforced in Canada? The Supreme Court of Canada has heard arguments on the attempt by Ecuador pollution plaintiffs to enforce their $9 plus billion Ecuador judgment against Chevron’s Canadian assets, in Chevron Corporation, et al. v. Daniel Carlos Lusitande Yaiguaje...

Supreme Court Allows Ecuador Pollution Plaintiffs to Sue Chevron Canada

The Supreme Court of Canada has allowed Ecuador pollution plaintiffs to try to seek enforcement against Chevron Canada of a multibillion-dollar damage award against Chevron Corporation for oil pollution in Ecuador: Chevron Corp. v. Yaiguaje . According to the court, this is a relatively simple question...