- WSJ: U.S. District Court Judge Lewis Kaplan, Southern District of New York, grants Chevron a temporary injunction blocking plaintiffs in Ecuador lawsuit from pursuing company's assets. See also Washington Times editorial, "An Ecuadorian racket."
- Earlier, from Chevron's The Amazon Post, "Chevron Files Fraud and RICO Case Against Lawyers and Consultants Behind Ecuador Litigation," with details, copy of suit.
- Shopfloor.org, "In a Better World, Trial Lawyers Would Apologize to Toyota, the Public" See also Walter Olson, "NHTSA: no electronic flaws in Toyotas."
- The California Civil Justice Blog on the $4,875,000 lawyers' share from the settlement in Arthur v. Sallie Mae, "We'll Keep This Settlement Very, Very Quiet." Striking revelation: "Buried on page 22 of the settlement agreement, the class counsel and plaintiffs agree to not issue any press release or make any public statements without Sally Mae's blessings. Furthermore, they agree to not make any disparaging comments about the student loan company or take any action to cause harm to its public perception."
And news releases on American Electric Power v. Connecticut:
- Womble Carlyle Attorneys File Amicus Curiae Brief in Landmark Global Warming Case
- DRI - The Voice of the Defense Bar Files Amicus Brief in Supreme Court Case ...
- Wiley Rein Files Amicus Brief in Supreme Court Climate Change Case
- Gardere's Faulk, Gray Challenge 'Standardless Liability' in U.S. Supreme Court (The National Association of Manufacturers, my employers, joined this amicus brief.)
- Washington Legal Foundation Case Detail: State of Connecticut v. American Electric Power Co., Inc.