Just three days after oral arguments at the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals where counsel for Chevron urged that Kaplan’s March injunction remain in place, claiming the judgment was procured by fraud, a three-judge panel vacated the injunction and derailed a November trial on whether to make it permanent.

Judges Rosemary Pooler, Richard Wesley and Gerard Lynch issued a summary order after expressing skepticism at oral arguments last Friday on Kaplan’s authority to issue the worldwide injunction. The judges said they would follow with a full opinion.

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