Two Awards from PRNews for City of San Bruno Work; Runner Up for Agency of the Year from PRWeek
Gold Dust Lounge faces closure as its lease expires.
Singer Associates, the West Coast’s premier public relations and corporate communications agency, is, for the sixth time in eight years, a finalist in the PRWeek Awards’ “Agency of the Year” category.
Recology celebrates the 25th year of its Christmas tree recycling or "Treecycling" program in San Francisco. Trees collected curbside are recycled and composted to help promote Recology's goal towards zero waste.
Chevron submitted evidence showing that plaintiffs' representatives--including Steven Donziger, Pablo Fajardo, Juan Pablo Saenz, Julio Prieto, and Luis Yanza--covertly worked with Judge Zambrano to draft the judgment. The letter states that the fraudulent conduct "is causing serious, ongoing harm to Chevron Corporation and to the Republic of Ecuador."
Archaeologists unearth pieces of San Francisco's history at the Transbay Terminal construction site. Artifacts offer a unique glimpse into life in the mid-to late 1800's.
In an arbitration Chevron initiated in 2009 under the U.S.-Ecuador Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT), a Tribunal in The Hague issued an order in February 2011 requiring Ecuador to take all measures at its disposal to prevent enforcement of the Lago Agrio judgment until further order of the Tribunal, including the Tribunal’s final award on the merits.
Chevron has filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York a motion for attachment, seeking to prevent the Lago Agrio plaintiffs, lawyers, and financiers from collecting and dissipating monies based upon the fraudulent judgment that they have obtained through collusion with a corrupt Ecuadorian court. This motion relates to Chevron’s fraud and RICO claims against those pursuing sham environmental claims against it.
Recology is picking up what will be the one millionth ton of compost at Scoma’s Fisherman’s Wharf Restaurant in San Francisco. The urban composting program has helped San Francisco divert 78 percent of its waste from landfill since the program’s inception in 1996.
Recently the owners and former editor of Ecuador's largest newspaper were sentenced to three years in prison and ordered to pay $40 million in fines for libel against President Rafael Correa. The Chevron Ecuador trial is in the appeal phase in that country.