Shook Hardy Cools Plaintiffs' Claims in 'Hot Fuel' Case
The Kansas City Star triggered a wave of class actions across the country when it estimated that expanding gas volumes in hot weather were costing consumers billions in hidden costs at the pump. Now jurors in Kansas City, Kan., have delivered the first jury verdict in the resulting federal litigation, absolving three retailers at the center of the "hot fuel" mess.
By Jan Wolfe|September 25, 2012 at 12:00 AM
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