Below is the first part of an article by David Cullen from fleetowner.com. It reads…
A federal judge in Little Rock yesterday approved an $84.9- million settlement of the class-action suit brought againstPilot Flying J by trucking customers that alleged the nation’s largest diesel retailer had defrauded them through a diesel-rebate scheme.
Judge James Moody of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas signed off on the deal following a brief hearing, The Tennessean reported online.
Per that news story, the agreement settles most— but not all— of the lawsuits that were filed against the company in the wake of an April 15th federal law-enforcement raid on Pilot Flying J’s headquarters in Knoxville.by federal agents on Pilot’s Knoxville headquarters on April 15.
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