Chevron in Ecuador: Forum Shopper's Revenge

, Corporate Counsel


Hit by a historic judgment in Ecuador, Chevron Corp. used cloak-and-dagger tactics to expose a historic fraud.

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Originally appeared in print as Forum Shopper's Revenge

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  • Darren McKinney

    Three cheers for Mr. Pate, his Chevron team, and comparable teams at CSX , Garlock and Feld Entertainment, all of whom have courageously and at considerable expense set an example for corporate America by successfully fighting back against the parasitic shysters who routinely promulgate fraudulent litigation in hopes of extorting lucrative settlements. Why hasn‘t the DOJ opened a broad investigation into the personal injury bar‘s rampant and costly fraud?

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

  • UnCoverUp

    Gee, Equador‘s judges are almost as corrupt as Texas judges.

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