Gas Buyers Reach $21.6 Settlement in 'Hot Fuel' MDL

, The Litigation Daily


Everyone knows that fuel prices tend to go up in the summer. But are consumers in warmer states also getting less gas than they're (over)paying for? That's what a class of gas purchasers alleged in five-year-old consolidated litigation over "hot fuel" that settled on Friday.

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