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Truth and justice in Chevron case

, The National Law Journal


On January 28 , Chevron Corp. filed overwhelming new testimonial and documentary evidence of fraud by the Ecuadorian plaintiffs who hold a $19 billion judgment against it — including a declaration by a former judge that the judgment itself was procured through bribery.

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  • Darren McKinney, American Tort Reform Association, Washington, D.C.

    Why haven't Congress and the Obama administration launched investigations into this obvious and massive fraud orchestrated by American plaintiff lawyers? Might the plaintiff bar's generous political support for certain key officeholders and their appointees be at least a partial explanation?

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