Charles James’ legal career just got a little more interesting.

The former antitrust chair at Jones Day and head of the Justice Department’s antitrust division was promoted to executive vice president of Chevron in April after serving as general counsel for seven years. During that time James oversaw a mammoth environmental mass torts case filed against the company by 30,000 indigenous plaintiffs in Ecuador.

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