published Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

Pilot deal draws fire from attorneys

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In this file photo, a Pilot Flying J fuel tanker arrives at the Pilot Travel Center at Strawberry Plains Pike.
PHOTO BY J. MILES CARY // BUY THIS PHOTO In this file photo, a Pilot Flying J fuel tanker arrives at the Pilot Travel Center at Strawberry Plains Pike.
Photo by The Knoxville News Sentinel /Chattanooga Times Free Press.

Pilot Flying J may have reached a civil settlement with several of its customers, but not everyone is impressed with the deal.

On Wednesday, the proposed agreement drew fire from attorneys for clients who have not joined the settlement.

Jeffrey Friedman, an attorney who is representing Alabama-based Shoreline Transportation, said in an email that companies targeted by the fraud are being deprived of a say in the settlement.

Read more at Knoxnews.com.

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