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Lago Agrio: Gibraltar and Other Updates

Posted on May 30, 2018

A few updates from the Lago Agrio case: The Supreme Court of Gibraltar has entered a default judgment against Pablo Fajardo, the Frente de Defensa de la Amazonia, and others, for approximately $38 million in damages. It also enjoins them from doing anything “in or from Gibraltar for the purpose of assisting or supporting” the LAPs or the enforcement of the Ecuadoran judgment. I noted previously the injunction entered against Amazonia, the entity set up to distribute the Lago Agrio judgment proceeds. Note, by the way, that in Gibraltar as in New York, the Supreme Court is a first-instance court. I haven’t seen a good report on this yet, but it seems from various tweets etc. that I’ve read that there was a recent…

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