Pilot Flying J trial will begin on October 31, 2017 in Chattanooga. Pilot Flying J is accused of fraudulently withholding fuel rebates and discounts from customers.
The trial is expected to last 4-6 weeks. The prosecution and defense said they each need 20-30 days to present evidence and testimony in the trial. The trial was moved to Chattanooga because of the publicity surrounding the case in Knoxville.
The company has already paid a $92 million federal penalty and spent $85 million on a class-action settlement.