Alyeska Pipeline Service Pipeline Company may be forced to pay as much as $4.8 million for stealing the idea for a visitor center and viewpoint along the Steese Highway. Attorney Mary Alice MacKeen takes a look at the issues in this case that is the second suit filed by Fairbanks resident John Reeves.Related Link: Reeves v. Alyeska Pipeline Service Company
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