Whichever genius at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher thought to subpoena the outtakes of the documentary film Crude deserves a place in the litigation hall of fame. Some of those remarkable video clips — now viewable online — show conduct that is quite possibly fraudulent by the lawyers for the Amazon tribespeople suing Chevron Corporation for despoiling the Amazon basin.
But the most recent Global Lawyer column from Corporate Counsel sibling publication The American Lawyer asks whether Gibson Dunn delivered its best punch too soon to score a knockout.
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