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October 04, 2010

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Brian J. Donovan

Here are three issues The Pop Tort should investigate:

(a) how GCCF limits BP's liability via the systematic postponement, reduction or denial of claims against BP;

(b) how GCCF guarantees BP's continued long-term operation in the offshore Gulf of Mexico E&P sector; and

(c) why GCCF is not necessary to ensure that victims of the BP oil spill are fully compensated for incurred damages.

Source:
http://donovanlawgroup.wordpress.com/2010/08/23/the-gulf-coast-claims-facility-limits-bps-liability-and-guarantees-the-oil-companys-continued-operation-in-the-gulf-of-mexico/

Marshall Gomez

BP is about to launch its BPCares website. In an unprecedented effort by the oil giant, BP will move its PR campaign to cyberspace with the newly acquired BPCares domains. The domains that was acquired are as follows:
BPCares.com
BPCares.net
BPCares.org
BPCares.info
BPCares.us
BPCares.biz

In a recent press release issued by the web developer, " this website will rebrand the oil giant as a company going 'beyond petroleum'!

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