REPORT: IMPLICATIONS OF THE SETTLEMENTS BETWEENTEXACO PETROLEUM CORPORATION AND ECUADORIANGOVERNMENTAL AUTHORITIES FOR THE PRESENT LITIGATION—IDENTITY OF PARTIES; ANALYSIS OF THE
DECISION FROMA CIVIL LAW PERSPECTIVE
I, Ángel R. Oquendo, declare that the following is true and correct.
I. Background and Qualifications
A law professor and scholar, I have taught Latin American Law for over 15 years.Exhibits A and B, which are attached to this report, describe my background and myqualifications for forming the opinions that are set forth in this expert report. ExhibitB also includes a list of my publications from the last ten years. I have not testified asan expert at trial or by deposition in the previous four years. In 2009, I submitted awritten declaration, on the basis of my Latin-American-Law expertise, for twoasylum-petition proceedings before the Immigration Court in Hartford, Connecticut:(1)
Matter of M-P
Matter of G-M
(Htfd. Imm. Ct.) (2009).2.
A list of the documents that I considered to render the opinions that are set forth inthis report is attached as Exhibit C. In addition, I hereby incorporate, as Exhibit D,my prior expert report, which I submitted to an arbitration tribunal and signed onSeptember 2, 2010. I prepared such report for
Chevron Corp. v. The Republic of Ecuador
, PCA Case No. 2009-23 (hereinafter “BIT-Report”), which is the arbitrationproceeding that Chevron and Texaco commenced against the Republic of Ecuador.