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Kivalina v. ExxonMobil Corporation, et al. is a lawsuit filed on February 26, 2008, in a United States district court. The suit, based on the common law theory of nuisance, claims monetary damages from the energy industry for the destruction of Kivalina, Alaska by flooding caused by climate change. The damage estimates  ...


Jul 8, 2011 ... Daniel J. Popeo and Richard A. Samp were on the brief for amici curiae Washington Legal Foundation, et al. in support of appellees. Pursuant to a contract with the Indonesian government, Exxon Mobil Corporation, a United States corporation, and several of its wholly owned subsidiaries (hereinafter ...


Decision and Order Granting Motion to Strike and Dismissing with Prejudice Exxon Mobil Corporation. 10/13/2017 ... and Kwan Man v. Thomas E. Perez, Secretary of the United States Department of Labor, et al. ... 04/06/2017, 1:11-cv- 00022 · 137, Derron Gerard Flores, as Administrator of the Estate of Donald G. Flores v.


Mar 21, 2017 ... DALLAS — Two asbestos defendants have not shown that a traditional appeal could not remedy their complaints about a judge's ruling regarding the admissibility and sufficiency of experts, a Texas appeals court held March 2 in denying a petition for writ of mandamus (In re Exxon Mobil Corp., f/k/a Exxon ...


Eleven villagers from Aceh, Indonesia brought ATS, TVPA and state law tort claims against ExxonMobil after its privatized military force protecting its natural gas liquefaction facilities in Aceh killed or tortured innocent villagers who lived near the Exxon project.


The lead plaintiff in a securities class action against Exxon Mobil Corporation ( Exxon) filed its response in opposition to Exxon's motion to dismiss. The lead plaintiff contended that Exxon had admitted to internal use for planning purposes of “a separate, undisclosed set of proxy costs” of carbon that was significantly lower ...


Jul 8, 2011 ... Indonesian villagers who accused Exxon Mobil Corp's security forces of murder, torture and other atrocities have regained their right to sue the giant oil company in the United States.


City of New York v. Exxon Mobil Corp., et al. U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, Case No. 04-CV-3417. Going to trial against ExxonMobil and 39 other oil companies is a tall task. When the City of New York found itself in that situation in an important case implicating the safety of the City's drinking water supply, ...