Chevron Tells Jurors It Was Imitated By Oil Copycat

Law360, Houston (February 18, 2020, 8:15 PM EST) -- Chevron told a panel of federal jurors in Houston on Tuesday that another company used bogus letters, phony email addresses and set up what appeared to be a legitimate bank account under the name of a Chevron-affiliated company to dupe companies into doing business with it.

Counsel for Chevron USA Inc. and Chevron Intellectual Property LLC laid out the scheme purportedly carried out by Sariel Petroleum LLC as a jury trial began in the trademark infringement lawsuit Tuesday afternoon. Jurors were told by Chevron's attorney, Craig A. Stanfield of King and Spalding LLP, that evidence will show there were eight specific...

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