Chevron Accuses Patton Boggs of Fraud in Ecuador Case
Chevron is going after the largest law firm to represent the plaintiffs who won a $19 billion environmental pollution judgment against the company in Ecuador. In a motion filed on Friday, Chevron alleges that Patton Boggs tried to cover up evidence that the judgment was the product of bribery and ghostwriting.
By Jan Wolfe|May 10, 2013 at 04:00 AM
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