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... in late March of this year the Supreme Court issued a controversial .... questions we discussed regarding Bolivia and Ecuador also need to ...
The Supreme Court of Chile resolved on June 5 to grant Peru authorization ... a group of Ecuadorian citizens against the US oil company Chevron demanding ... in 200 -- between 1964 and 1992, when it operated in Ecuador.

"We condemn the armed attacks by the coup-plotting right-wing against the Supreme Court of Justice and Venezuelan democracy," declared ...
The company has had a win in the US Supreme Court but still faces ... in Ecuador and which the Ecuadorian trial court found Chevron guilty in ...
Two former Latin American presidents said the world is running out of time to find a solution to the crisis in Venezuela as President Nicolas Maduro aims to ...
Chevron has welcomed a recent verdict of the U.S. Supreme Court. The ruling immunized Chevron from the payment of a landmark $9.5 billion fine for a pollution ... A case pertaining to the same was filed in the U.S. However, the same was dismissed and ...
US Supreme Court rules in favour of Chevron in Ecuador pollution case ... billion pollution case against Chevron brought by Ecuadorian villagers and ... in the Ecuadorean rain forest alleged Chevron was responsible for water ...
Ecuadorean activist of the Amazonia Defense Front, Donald Moncayo, shows waste of oil at Aguarico 4 oil well, near La Primavera, Sucumbios province, in the Ecuadorean Amazonia. | Photo: AFP ... The Supreme Court declined to hear arguments Monday from ...
Chevron Corp. welcomed the recent verdict of the U.S. Supreme Court, which immunized the integrated energy giant from the payment of a landmark $9.5 billion fine for a pollution related case in Ecuador. Residents of Ecuador ... A case pertaining to the ...
The U.S. Supreme Court left intact a ruling that protects Chevron Corp. from having to pay $8.6 billion in a decades-long battle over oil pollution in Ecuador, rebuffing an American lawyer who was found to have committed fraud in the South American ...
Earlier this week, the United States Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal by Ecuadorean villagers seeking to collect in the United States on a $9.5 billion judgment rendered six years ago by the courts of Ecuador. .... And unfortunately for Chevron ...
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday handed a victory to Chevron Corp. by preventing Ecuadorean villagers and their American lawyer from trying to collect on an $8.65 billion pollution judgment issued against the oil company by a court in Ecuador.
While the Supreme Court does not condone the way these men were allegedly treated in prison, it decided they have no legal grounds for a lawsuit.
At The Washington Post's Volokh Conspiracy blog, Jonathan Adler notes that Jenkins continues a recent "trend" in which "the Supreme Court has repeatedly reversed the 6th Circuit in habeas cases, often without oral argument." ... Lawrence Hurley reports ...
"The facts of the Ecuadoran judicial extortion scheme and the illegality of ... accused the U.S. Supreme Court of acting like "biased referees" in a ...

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court has struck down a North Carolina law that bars convicted sex offenders from facebook, twitter and other popular sites.
JUSTICES WON'T HEAR Chevron CASE: The Supreme Court declined Monday to hear arguments in a long-running legal dispute between Ecuador and oil giant Chevron. An American lawyer representing Ecuadoran citizens in the contest had appealed a ...
The Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear arguments in an ongoing legal fight between Chevron Corp. and Ecuador. ... An Ecuadoran court in 2011 held the oil giant responsible for the incident and ordered it to pay $8.6 billion in damages. Chevron ...
The appeals were ultimately rejected by the UK Supreme Court in May 2012, prompting Assange to claim political asylum in London's Ecuadorian embassy on June 19. The application was granted in August of that year, marking two years since the charges ...
At fish Pier, across from the World Trade Center, ships like the "Picton Castle" from Nova Scotia, "Guayas" from Ecuador and "Oliver Hazard Perry" from Newport, Rhode Island welcomed guests to inspect their polished decks and mysterious interiors down ...
Whalen alleged that (1) her credit card information had been used twice in attempted fraudulent purchases in Ecuador; (2) she faced a future risk of identify fraud; and (3) she lost time and money attempting to resolve the charges and monitoring her ...
Had Assange not sought refuge in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London, he would have been on his way to the kind of American torture pit Chelsea Manning had to endure.
I meet committed Republicans who were willing to hold their noses and vote for him so that the Supreme Court would stay in conservative hands.
The number of Venezuelans who arrived and remained in Brazil was five times greater in 2016 than in 2014, a trend that has been maintained in recent years in countries such as Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, Spain, the United States ...
USA Trump zieht wegen Einreiseverbots vor US-Supreme-Court. Muslim men and women pray with interfaith supporters during a demonstration and Iftar celebration during Ramadan. Vor dem Trump Tower in New York protestieren Menschen gegen die ...
Alice Ollstein is a reporter at Talking Points Memo, covering national politics. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2010 and has been reporting in DC ever since, covering the Supreme Court, Congress and national elections for TV, radio, print, and ...
Ecuador's new President takes office - Ecuador's new President Lenin Moreno has officially taken the role of leading the country.
Nearly five years ago, Ecuador granted Wikileaks founder Julian Assange political asylum at its London embassy. ... But, he said, the "proper war was just commencing," because the London Metropolitan Police warned if Assange leaves the Ecuadorian ...
I've just returned from Ecuador, which is famous among environmentalists across the world because it has "rights of nature" enshrined in its national Constitution.
Air Seoul (RS, Seoul Incheon) has been awarded a Foreign Air Carrier Permit from the US Department of Transportation (DOT), allowing it to commence scheduled operations from Seoul Incheon to Guam Int'l.
The country's Supreme Court has opened investigations into President Michel Temer for allegedly obstructing justice, passive corruption and being a member of a criminal organization.
Brazil's president, Michel Temer, dropped his request for the supreme court to suspend an investigation into allegations that he obstructed justice.
November 15, 2011 - The UK Judicial Office announces Assange has applied to take his appeal against extradition to Sweden to the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom. May 30, 2012 - The British Supreme Court denies ... August 16, 2012 - Ecuador ...
November 15, 2011 - The UK Judicial Office announces Assange has applied to take his appeal against extradition to Sweden to the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom. May 30, 2012 - The British Supreme Court denies ... August 16, 2012 - Ecuador ...
... approved new legal framework, crafted in part by the rapa nui, to require that each visitor document his or her trip to the island.
Later this year, the former acting US solicitor general, Ian Gershengorn, will re-join the firm's Washington, DC, office as chair of its appellate and Supreme Court practice and member of its complex commercial litigation practice. Last month, the firm ...
Julian Assange says he will remain inside Ecuadorian Embassy in London in order to avoid extradition to the United States --Met police: Assange still wanted in UK for jumping bail | 19 May 2017 | Julian Assange has said he will remain inside the ...
... own exit from the Ecuadorean Embassy in London. "The European arrest no longer holds," exclaimed Ecuador's foreign minister Guillaume Long on twitter. ... The hook upon which to hang the case against Assange remains his decision to defy UK judicial ...
What Chevron did was, they began a suit in New York right before the verdict was to be announced in Ecuador -- knowing, of course, that they were going to lose, because the evidence against them was so overwhelming.
Odebrecht also admitted paying hundreds of millions of dollars to win business in 12 other countries, including Argentina, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Panama, Guatemala and Mexico. The U.S. Department of Justice has called it, "the largest ...
US President Donald Trump said Thursday he would work with Colombia to "fix" Venezuela, as he slapped Caracas with new sanctions.
"At the request of the prosecutor General's Office of the Russian Federation, the competent authorities of the Republic of Ecuador have extradited Russian citizen Anatoly Svyatenko. He is accused of committing a crime under part 2 of Art. 228 of the ...
It had been, from the start, a cruel wait and see game. Lacking logic and consistency, the Swedish effort to extradite Julian Assange from the United Kingdom, not for formal charges but the pretext of questioning him over sexual assault and rape ...
On 14 June 2012, The Supreme Court issued a final decision ordering the surrender of Julian Assange to Sweden. On 19 June 2012, Julian Assange, acting in violation of the terms of his bail, took refuge in the Embassy of the Republic of Ecuador in London.
Plaintiff learned that she was one of the affected customers after a credit card she used for payment at Michaels was later physically presented twice in Ecuador for attempted payments she did not authorize. Plaintiff did not pay for either charge and ...
Plaintiff learned that she was one of the affected customers after a credit card she used for payment at Michaels was later physically presented twice in Ecuador for attempted payments she did not authorize. Plaintiff did not pay for either charge and ...
London (AP) - UK police: Assange still wanted for jumping bail, will face arrest if he leaves Ecuadorean Embassy in London.
Our side will still file a reply, but nonetheless it's go time on the petition to the Supreme Court to review the shameful U.S.


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