Federal Trade Commission: In the matter of Union Oil Company of California.

Defended Section 5 antitrust allegations by the FTC based on standard-setting theory for reformulated gasoline patents. Won initial decision from Administrative Law Judge Chappell with patents and corporations ultimately purchased by Chevron, ending litigation.
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