summary pdf Law of the Jungle , summary chapter 2 Law of the Jungle , sparknotes Law of the Jungle , Law of the Jungle 1c55eff The Gripping Story Of One American Lawyer S Obsessive Crusade Waged At Any Cost Against Big Oil On Behalf Of The Poor Farmers And Indigenous Tribes Of The Rainforest.Steven Donziger, A Self Styled Social Activist And Harvard Educated Lawyer, Signed On To A Budding Class Action Lawsuit Against Multinational Texaco Which Later Merged With Chevron To Become The Third Largest Corporation In America The Suit Sought Reparations For The Ecuadorian Peasants And Tribes People Whose Lives Were Affected By Decades Of Oil Production Near Their Villages And Fields During Twenty Years Of Legal Hostilities In Federal Courts In Manhattan And Remote Provincial Tribunals In The Ecuadorian Jungle, Donziger And Chevron S Lawyers Followed Fierce No Holds Barred Rules Donziger, A Larger Than Life, Loud Mouthed Showman, Proved Himself A Master Orchestrator Of The Media, Hollywood, And Public Opinion He Cajoled And Coerced Ecuadorian Judges On The Theory That His Noble Ends Justified Any Means Of Persuasion And In The End, He Won An Unlikely Victory, A 19 Billion Judgment Against Chevon The Biggest Environmental Damages Award In History But The Company Refused To Surrender Or Compromise Instead, Chevron Targeted Donziger Personally, And Its Counter Attack Revealed Damning Evidence Of His Politicking And Manipulation Of Evidence Suddenly The Verdict, And Decades Of Donziger S Single Minded Pursuit Of The Case, Began To Unravel Written With The Texture And Flair Of The Best Narrative Nonfiction, Law Of The Jungle Is An Unputdownable Story In Which There Are Countless Victims, A Vast Region Of Ruined Rivers And Polluted Rainforest, But Very Few Heroes.
- 304 pages
- Law of the Jungle
- Paul M. Barrett
- 12 November 2017 Paul M. Barrett