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Pilot Flying J, other fuel providers object to terms of $25M ‘hot fuel’ class-action settlement

The key concern of the objectors is the institution of fund — required by the settlement reached in January — that makes payments to state governments when they change their laws to require fuel providers to install automatic temperature compensation equipment at fuel pumps.

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Roughly $25M settlement reached in ‘hot fuel’ cases: Here’s who’s included

Preliminary approval has been granted to the nearly $25 million settlement struck last year between fuel providers — such as Exxon, Love’s and BP — and fuel buyers, both diesel and gasoline, in the ongoing “hot fuel” lawsuits, originally filed in 2006.

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‘Hot fuel’ cases dismissed, giving victory to fuel providers in 7-year-old lawsuits

Nearly all of the outstanding lawsuits against fuel providers in the "hot fuel" cases have been dismissed by plaintiffs, as 22 lawsuits were dropped against 15 fuel providers.

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‘Hot fuel’ cases hit with second punch

The judge presiding over the multi-district “hot fuel” litigation has ruled in favor of Chevron regarding California plaintiffs, marking the second hot fuel case retailers have won in the last year.

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Judge asks for amendments to ‘hot fuel’ settlement

Adjusted settlement motions have been filed in the "hot fuel" case after the judge presiding over the multi-district case asked nearly all of the refiners and retailers to adjust proposals.

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“Hot fuel” suit continues

Jurors will return to deliberations Sept. 24 in the “hot fuel” class action suit against QuikTrip, 7-Eleven and Kum & Go.

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Oil companies settle “hot fuel” class-action lawsuits

Three major oil companies reportedly have agreed to settle lawsuits accusing them of cashing in on “hot fuel."

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