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Defended Conoco in a series of arbitrations in which Flying J claimed that the ConocoPhillips merger triggered a provision in the Conoco-Flying J joint venture agreement that would have allowed Flying J to acquire Conoco's interest at book value, which was approximately $1 billion less than the market value of the interest. The arbitrator found in Conoco's favor, concluding that market value was the proper way to value Conoco's interest.

Flying J v. Conoco,


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