NOW’s Elaine Wood Questioned About Failure to Tell Appellate Court About Her Business Ties to Chevron
The relationship between the National Organization for Women ("NOW") and Chevron in the Ecuador pollution case is getting even more interesting. (For background, see this press release where Ecuadorian women criticized NOW and this blog for context.)
Figuring out why NOW's legal arm (called “Legal Momentum”) weighed in before a federal appellate court on behalf of Chevron’s targeting of indigenous villagers and their lawyers in Ecuador is the question. We think we are getting close to the answer.