The new Fortune magazine has coverage of the Lago Agrio scandal, and supplements it on the web with Roger Parloff's tale of the latest evidence of Ecuadorian corruption: a judicial opinion that quotes heavily not from any of the court filings, but from an internal plaintiffs' firm memo.
Parloff on Lago Agrio
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