Cases filed in the U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit
In Re: Motor Fuel Temperature
as 15-3254
Plaintiff - Appellee: ANNIE SMITH, CHRISTOPHER PAYNE, PHYLLIS LERNER and others
Plaintiff: IN RE: MOTOR FUEL TEMPERATURE SALES PRACTICES LITIGATION
Defendant - Appellant: COSTCO WHOLESALE CORPORATION
Defendant - Appellee: CHEVRON U.S.A., INC.
Defendant: BP PRODUCTS NORTH AMERICA INC., BP WEST COAST PRODUCTS, LLC, CASEY'S GENERAL STORES, INC. and others
Objector: SPEEDWAY LLC, 7-ELEVEN, INC., CIRCLE K STORES, INC. and others
In re: Motor Fuel Temperature, et al
as 15-3227
Plaintiff - Appellee: IN RE: MOTOR FUEL TEMPERATURE SALES PRACTICES LITIGATION, ZACHARY WILSON, MATHEW COOK and others
Defendant - Appellant: CIRCLE K STORES, INC, PILOT TRAVEL CENTERS, LLC, KUM&GO, L.C. and others
Defendant Third-Party Defendant: MOTIVA ENTERPRISES, LLC
Defendant: BP CORPORATION NORTH AMERICA, INC., CASEY'S GENERAL STORE, INC., CHEVRON USA, INC. and others
In re: Motor Fuel Temperature, et al
as 15-3221
Plaintiff - Appellee: IN RE: MOTOR FUEL TEMPERATURE SALES PRACTICES LITIGATION, ZACHARY WILSON, MATHEW COOK and others
Defendant - Appellant: CIRCLE K STORES, INC, PILOT TRAVEL CENTERS, LLC, KUM&GO, L.C. and others
Defendant Third-Party Defendant: MOTIVA ENTERPRISES, LLC
Defendant: BP CORPORATION NORTH AMERICA, INC., CASEY'S GENERAL STORE, INC., CHEVRON USA, INC. and others
In re: Motor Fuel Temperature, et al
as 10-3101
Petitioner: SOCIETY OF INDEPENDENT GASOLINE MARKETERS OF AMERICA, PILOT TRAVEL CENTERS, LLC, QUICKTRIP CORPORATION and others
Respondent: 3 GIRLS ENTERPRISES, INC., SAMANTHA BAYLARD, KENNETH BECKER and others
Defendant-Third-Party-Defendant: MOTIVA ENTERPRISES, LLC
Defendant: AMPRIDE, INC., BP CORPORATION NORTH AMERICA, INC., CASEY'S GENERAL STORE, INC. and others
Intervenor: NATSO, INC.
Movant: CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, AMERICAN SOCIETY OF ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVES

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