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International Tribunal Rules for Chevron in Ecuador Case

An international tribunal administered by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague has issued an award in favor of Chevron and its indirect subsidiary, Texaco Petroleum Company, finding that the Republic of Ecuador violated its obligations under international treaties, investment agreements and international law.

Gibraltar Supreme Court Awards Chevron $38 Million Against Ecuadorian Conspirators

The court awarded Chevron Corporation $38 million in damages and interest and issued a permanent injunction against the defendants, preventing them from assisting or supporting the case against Chevron in any way.

Canadian Appeal Court Affirms Dismissal of Suit Against Chevron Subsidiary

The Ontario Court of Appeal has upheld a lower Canadian court’s determination that an Ecuadorian judgment against Chevron Corporation, already found by U.S. courts to have been obtained through fraud and corruption, cannot be enforced against Chevron Canada Limited, an indirect subsidiary. 

Brazil’s High Court Rejects Attempt to Enforce Fraudulent Ecuadorian Judgment Against Chevron

Brazil’s Superior Court of Justice (STJ) unanimously rejected an attempt to enforce a fraudulent Ecuadorian judgment against Chevron Corporation on Wednesday, November 29, citing a lack of jurisdiction.

Chevron Corp. Statement on Dutch Appeals Court Decision on Arbitral Awards

The Appeals Court of The Hague ruled in favor of Chevron Corp. on July 18, upholding a 2016 trial court decision that rejected an attempt by the Republic of Ecuador to nullify, or set aside, several arbitral awards rendered against Ecuador by an international arbitration tribunal.

Appeals Court Affirms RICO Judgment Against Lawyer Behind Fraudulent Ecuador Lawsuit

The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has unanimously affirmed a lower court decision, which found that the $9.5 billion judgment against Chevron Corporation in Ecuador was the product of fraud and racketeering activity, and unenforceable in the United States.

Chevron Corp. Statement on Dutch Court Decision on Arbitral Awards

The District Court of The Hague has ruled in favor of Chevron Corp., rejecting an attempt by the Republic of Ecuador to nullify, or set aside, several arbitral awards rendered against Ecuador by an international arbitration tribunal that is hearing the company’s claims related to the fraudulent lawsuit against Chevron.

Supreme Court of Gibraltar Rules Against Donziger Offshore Company; Awards Chevron $28 Million

The Supreme Court of Gibraltar has issued a judgment against Amazonia Recovery Ltd., a Gibraltar-based company set up to receive and distribute funds resulting from a fraudulent Ecuadorian judgment against Chevron.

H5 Settles With Chevron Over Ecuadorian Lawsuit

Chevron Corporation has reached a settlement agreement with H5, a California-based e-discovery and litigation services firm. In the settlement, H5 has withdrawn its support from the litigation against Chevron in Ecuador and has assigned its 1.25 percent interest in the $9.5 billion Ecuadorian judgment to Chevron.

Financial Backer of Fraudulent Ecuador Litigation Withdraws Support, Settles

Chevron Corporation has reached a settlement agreement with James Russell DeLeon, the principal funder of the fraudulent lawsuit against Chevron in Ecuador.

Chevron Corporation Reaches Settlement Agreement With Patton Boggs Law Firm

SAN RAMON, Calif., May 7, 2014 – Chevron Corporation (NYSE: CVX) today announced it has reached a settlement agreement with Patton Boggs LLP, a lobbying and law firm headquartered in Washington, D.C. Chevron had filed counterclaims in federal court against Patton Boggs for its role in a lawsuit against the company in Ecuador.

U.S. Court Declares Ecuador Judgment Against Chevron Corporation Fraudulent, Unenforceable

The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York today ruled that the $9.5 billion judgment against Chevron Corporation in Ecuador was the product of fraud and racketeering activity, finding it unenforceable.

Chevron Corp. Statement on Canadian Court of Appeal Decision in Ecuador Enforcement Proceeding

In granting the appeal, the Court of Appeal for Ontario did not address whether the Ecuadorian judgment was procured by fraud or whether the Ecuadorian judgment should be recognized or enforced at all against Chevron Corp. or its independent, indirect subsidiary, Chevron Canada Limited.

Ecuador’s High Court Ignores Fraud, Upholds Judgment Against Chevron

SAN RAMON, Calif., Nov. 13 -- Despite overwhelming evidence of fraud, bribery and corruption, Ecuador’s National Court of Justice ratified the fraudulent Lago Agrio judgment against Chevron Corporation (NYSE:CVX), once again violating the nation’s international obligations and the rule of law.

Chevron Corp. Statement on Canadian Jurisdictional Decision in Ecuador Enforcement Proceeding

The Ontario Superior Court of Justice has stayed an action initiated by a group of Ecuadorian plaintiffs seeking to have a judgment of an Ecuadorian court against Chevron Corp. recognized and enforced in Ontario.

Chevron And Burford Joint Statement Regarding The Lago Agrio Litigation

Chevron Corporation (“Chevron”) and Burford Capital Limited (“Burford”) today issued this joint statement concerning the Lago Agrio litigation (the “Litigation”)

Ecuadorean Environmental Claims Disavowed Under Oath by Plaintiffs’ Own Experts

SAN RAMON, Calif., April 12, 2013 – Stratus Consulting has provided sworn declarations outlining the firm’s knowledge of the plaintiffs’ lawyers’ misconduct in the ongoing environmental litigation in Lago Agrio, Ecuador as well as testifying that there is no scientific merit to the plaintiffs’ damages claims against Chevron Corp. (NYSE: CVX) and Texaco Petroleum (TexPet)

Tribunal Finds Ecuador in Breach of its Obligations Under International Law and the Bilateral Investment Treaty with the United States

An international arbitration tribunal issued an award yesterday finding that the Republic of Ecuador has violated the tribunal’s prior Interim Awards authorized under international law and a treaty between the United States and Ecuador by not preventing the attempted enforcement of a $19 billion judgment against Chevron Corp.

Former Ecuadorian Judge Admits Role in Orchestrating Fraudulent Judgment Against Chevron

A former Ecuadorian judge has acknowledged his direct involvement in orchestrating a fraudulent judgment against Chevron Corp. in the environmental trial against the company in Lago Agrio, Ecuador.

Ecuador Whistleblower Threatened by Lago Agrio Plaintiffs’ Lawyers

December 18, 2012 – Chevron Corp. today condemned actions taken by the Lago Agrio plaintiffs’ lawyers to intimidate, threaten, and harass whistleblower Fernando Reyes.

Chevron Files Ethics Complaint Against New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli

Chevron Corp filed a complaint before the New York State Joint Commission on Public Ethics today, seeking an investigation of New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli as well as current and past members of his staff for multiple violations of New York Public Officers Law.

Chevron Statement on Ecuador Judgment Enforcement Action

In response to media reports that the Lago Agrio plaintiffs’ lawyers have initiated recognition and enforcement actions of their fraudulent judgment in Argentina.

Chevron Statement on Ecuador Judgment Enforcement Action

In response to media reports that the Lago Agrio plaintiffs’ lawyers have initiated recognition and enforcement actions of their fraudulent judgment in Canada, Chevron Corporation issued the following statement...

Southern District of New York Court Upholds Chevron RICO Complaint

The Southern District of New York today issued an order upholding Chevron's complaint for racketeering, fraud, conspiracy and New York Judiciary Law 487, which provides for civil damages against an attorney who engages in deceit or collusion...

Judge Who Issued $18.2 Billion Ruling Against Chevron Removed From Bench

Chevron Corporation today renewed its request of authorities in Ecuador to investigate the overwhelming evidence of fraud tainting the Lago Agrio lawsuit after the Associated Press and Ecuador’s El Universo newspaper revealed that Nicolás Zambrano, the judge who issued the $18.2 billion judgment against Chevron, has been dismissed from the bench due to his complicity in an emerging story of court corruption and drug trafficking in Ecuador.

Tribunal Determines Chevron’s Ecuador Arbitration May Proceed

Chevron Corporation today announced that an international arbitration tribunal, convened under the authority of the U.S.-Ecuador Bilateral Investment Treaty and administered by the Permanent Court of Arbitration at The Hague, ruled that it has jurisdiction to hear Chevron’s claims against the Republic of Ecuador.