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November 26, 2013

In the News Today – November 26, 2013

Closing arguments are scheduled for Tuesday in Chevron’s suit accusing a plaintiffs’ lawyer of using bribery, fraud, and extortion to win a $9.5 billion verdict in Ecuador. Fortune

Expect more criminal and civil FCPA enforcement against companies and individuals, write Amy Conway-Hatcher, Evan Elan, and Michael Robertson in Main Justice.

A Pennsylvania court has decided that a Brazilian worker’s asbestos lawsuit against Aloca belongs in Brazil instead of Pennsylvania. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

With the chief justice of the Delaware Supreme Court stepping down on November 30, The Economist looks at the state’s reputation as the leading forum for resolving business disputes.

A group of 10 former NHL players is suing the league for failing to protect them from head injuries. Associated Press

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