Lago Agrio Plaintiffs’ Brief On Judicial Notice Not Timely, Chevron Says

(December 21, 2015, 9:51 AM EST) -- NEW YORK — Chevron Corp., which was ordered by a federal judge in New York to pay a group of Ecuadorian residents $18.5 billion for damages caused by an oil consortium of which it was a part, on Dec. 9 filed a brief in the Second Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals arguing that the appellate court should strike the plaintiffs’ response to a motion for judicial notice filed by the residents’ attorney because it is untimely and it “improperly” treats the Second Circuit as a trier...
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