Chevron Wins Ecuador Ruling in The Hague

Scientists working for Chevron doing sample work in areas in Ecuador that plaintiffs claimed were contaminated by the US company. (Photo: Chevron)

CHEVRON COUNSEL Gerard Meijer, Linklaters; Doak Bishop, King & Spalding and Jan Paulsson, Three Crowns. (Latinvex collage)


Hague court upholds 2018 ruling in favor of Chevron against Ecuador.

BY LATINVEX STAFF

Chevron, the second-largest oil company in the United States, has scored another victory in its ongoing litigation with Ecuador.

The District Court of The Hague upheld a 2018 arbitral award rendered by an international tribunal administered by the Permanent Court of Arbitration and rejected...

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Keywords: Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, Energy, King & Spalding, Linklaters, Three Crowns

 

 

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