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Articles raise concerns about Chevron’s approach to environmental pollution trial in Ecuador – Chevron responds

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Chevron to respond to...articles [alleging that Chevron used a secret lab to hide the existence of dirty soil samples taken from its well sites in the Amazon and raising other concerns about firm’s approach to the environmental pollution trial in Ecuador]...Business & Human Rights Resource Centre also invited Chevron's lawyers, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, to respond to the article by Paul Paz y Miño in the Huffington Post on 4 Jan 2012...[Includes response from Chevron and Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher]

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Texaco/Chevron lawsuits (re Ecuador)

Articles raise concerns about Chevron’s approach to environmental pollution trial in Ecuador – Chevron responds

Chevron response to articles raising concerns about company's approach to environmental pollution trial in Ecuador