Chevron 'Attacks' Can't Stand In $9.5B Dispute, Donziger Says

Law360 (March 22, 2019, 10:19 PM EDT) -- Attorney Steven Donziger blasted Chevron's claims that he deserves sanctions for defying a New York federal court order blocking him from profiting off a $9.5 billion judgment in an Ecuadorian environmental case, telling Law360 the company is trying to skirt its obligations by making "outrageous attacks."

Donziger asserted in an email that the Wednesday contempt motions are simply Chevron Corp.'s latest efforts to get around the multibillion-dollar judgment over pollution in the Amazon, which was deemed fraudulent by U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan but upheld in an Ecuadorian court, according to the attorney.

"Angry that my clients won't go away and that...

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