The Second Circuit has ruled that Chevron must challenge the Ecuadorian judgment against it jurisdiction by jurisdiction rather than asking a US court to enjoin enforcement globally. The ruling is likely to have an adverse effect on Chevron's collateral RICO litigation against the plaintiffs. Meanwhile, you wouldn't know anything was fishy going on if you relied on Time Magazine's one-sided coverage instead of Alison Frankel's. [Frankel; Frankel; Frankel; Time; NYLJ; New Yorker via OL]
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