In a new release from Corporate Counsel and The American Lawyer‘s film archive on the Ecuadorian environmental litigation against Chevron Corporation, Chevron’s chief pursuer privately mocks the judges he now publicly praises (but used to publicly mock).
This outtake from the film Crude captures Steven Donziger — the lead U.S. lawyer for the Ecuadorian tribespeople suing Chevron for alleged pollution of the Amazon basin — in a typically frank moment.
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