oil & gas


  • Where aboriginal law and environmental law intersect

    Where aboriginal law and environmental law intersect

    Nov 20, 2017

    As more environmental assessments for projects are taking traditional knowledge and consultation with indigenous peoples into account, lawyers say there can sometimes be a collision between project proponents and the duty to consult as outlined in s. 35 of the Constitution.

  • Chevron plaintiffs ordered to post security for costs

    Chevron plaintiffs ordered to post security for costs

    Oct 10, 2017

    A Court of Appeal judge may have dealt a fatal blow to the attempts of Ecuadorian villagers to collect a $9.5-billion judgment against Chevron from an Ontario subsidiary. Justice Gloria Epstein has ordered the plaintiffs to post more than $900,000 in security for costs to Chevron Corporation and its seventh-level subsidiary based in Ontario, Chevron Canada Limited.

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