Two San Francisco Bay Area lawyers best known for representing clients in performance-enhancing drug cases have been retained by individuals that secretly videotaped an alleged bribery scheme in Ecuador related to a mammoth environmental mass torts case against Chevron.

A statement released by a plaintiffs group in the case states that Diego Borja and Wayne Hansen have retained Cristina Arguedas and Mary McNamara, respectively, as the fallout grows over recordings released by Chevron two weeks ago.

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