Shell Oil Company v. Khan

Petitioner's Brief on the Merits

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This is the brief for the prevailing party in Shell v. Khan, decided by the Texas Supreme Court in 2004. It is the leading case on the liability of oil companies for personal injuries to the employees or guests of independent dealers at gas stations and convenience stores. This brief successfully argued that Shell had no liability for the brutal shooting of a dealer's employee.

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Reference Info:Appellate Brief | State, 5th Circuit, Texas | United States

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