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Rachel Small | "We want justice. We want to repair the damage this company has caused in our country. We will not allow this case to move forward with impunity."
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The Supreme Court of Canada
Jamie Kneen | Supreme Court ruling is an important step towards ending corporate impunity for destroying the environment and people’s health.
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GroundWire | On this episode of Groundwire: the 2015 Chemical Valley Toxic Tour, the struggle over accessible public education, Supreme Court rules on Chevron accountability in Ecuador, and more.
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Raluca Bejan, Santiago Escobar | There is a clear need to evaluate our law-making and law-producing system vis-à-vis these ready-made ideas of "corporate veil," "corporate identity" and "corporate separateness."
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Redeye Collective | When Chevron bought Texaco in 2001, it inherited its liability for the devastation of Amazon rain forest in the late 1960s. Now Chevron is fighting to avoid paying billions of dollars in damages.
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Pro Bono, Kirsten Iler | Controversy erupted amongst Canadian lawyers when the Canadian Bar Association decided to intervene in a long-running case brought against Chevron by Indigenous peoples in Ecuador. Here's why.
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Stuart Trew | U.S. energy giant Chevron is encouraging the U.S. to pursue a strong NAFTA-like investment chapter and investor-state dispute settlement process in the proposed U.S.-EU trade deal.
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Brent Patterson | ExxonMobil to pursue massive oil project offshore of Newfoundland
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Steven Shrybman | A decision by a court in Ecuador holding Chevron accountable for the damages the company cause shows that a revival of domestic judicial systems may be antidote needed to redress investment law.
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Sarah Laskow | An Ecuadorian judge ordered Chevron this week to pay $8.6 billion in damages for polluting the Amazon rainforest from 1964 until 1990.
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Sarah Laskow | In the U.S., tomorrow marks the day that we put aside our usual habits and begin a weeks-long push to eat, buy, and generally consume as much as possible in the spirit of the holiday season.
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Joshua Kahn Russell | Chevron CEO John Watson was invited to speak about "The Energy Economy" at the University of Chicago business school, Chicago Booth this morning. Some wily activists paid him a visit.