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Exxon's Climate Fraud Trial Nears Its End: What Does the State Have to Prove to Win?

Exxon is accused of misleading investors about risks related to climate change. Here's what New York's AG has to establish and how Exxon is fighting it.

ExxonMobil's investor fraud trial is nearing a close, after two weeks of testimony from executives, investors and expert witnesses. The oil company stands accused of defrauding investors by misleading them about the risks the business faces from climate change, in civil charges brought by the office of New York Attorney General Letitia James.

With only days left before the two sides deliver their closing arguments, here's a look at what the attorney general needs to prove and how Exxon is fighting the claims.

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