Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Chevron's Dirty Laundry

According to The Chevron Pit, the oil giant has spent at least $1 million to prevent its dirty laundry about Diego Borja from airing. Borja has stored mysterious information against Chevron in his iPhone. Read all about it at The Chevron Pit

Wednesday, January 25, 2012


Deny! Deny! Deny! That was the answer from three courts in the past month hearing motions from Chevron to stop enforcement of the $18 billion Ecuador judgment against it. Read about it at The Chevron Pit.

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Ridiculous Explanations by Chevron's Lawyers

Chevron lawyers are struggling to come up with new excuses to explain why they shouldn't pay the $18 billion Ecuador judgment for oil spill contamination. Randy Mastro, Chevron's lawyer, "super clear" explanations sound ridiculous. What will he say next? Check it out at The Chevron Pit. 

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Chevron Needs To Come Clean

Chevron needs to come clean in so many ways. Read The Chevron Pit about how the company is misleading its shareholders about liabilities, not only in Ecuador but Burma as well. Will Chevron ever take responsibility for its action and clean up the toxic mess it has left behind?

Friday, January 6, 2012

Chevron’s Worst Enemy: Its Own Law Firm, Gibson Dunn

Chevron’s law firm Gibson Dunn is quickly turning into the oil giant's worst enemy. According to the Chevron Pit , Gibson Dunn has taken Chevron down a litigious path that is benefiting only Gibson Dunn's bottom line. Over 60 Gibson Dunn lawyers are working for Chevron against the indigenous tribes who recently won an $18 billion judgment against the oil giant. All total, 500 lawyers and legal assistants are on Chevron's payroll, the Chevron Pit reports. What a waste -- money better spent on helping the Ecuadorians clean up the billions and billions of toxic waste and oil dumped into the soil and waterways of the rainforest. Talk about greedy lawyers? Start with Gibson Dunn.