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Chevron Wins an Alien Tort Statute Case - But the Victory May Be Less Important than It Might Seem

Author: Anthony Sebok, Cardozo Law School [USA], on FindLaw, Published on: 2 December 2008

Yesterday, a federal jury in San Francisco rejected every claim made by a group of Nigerians who had sued Chevron for its role in aiding and abetting a brutal 1998 attack by Nigerian government forces…. In this column, I will argue that the verdict is much less significant than it seems, and that critics of the ATS should be wary of reading too much into Chevron's victory. [also refers to Drummond]

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