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8 Jun 2010

Dave Itzkoff, New York Times

Filmmaker Wins Stay in Case Against Chevron

The director Joe Berlinger will not have to turn over more than 600 hours of unused footage from his documentary “Crude” to the Chevron, pending his appeal of a subpoena for the footage…[T]he…United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in New York decided on Tuesday to stay a subpoena order made last month by a lower court, pending its ruling on the appeal…Randy M. Mastro, a lawyer representing Chevron, said…“We are very gratified that the court is considering this appeal on an extraordinarily expedited basis, and that there will be the opportunity for Chevron to obtain this critical evidence as soon as possible.”