Attorneys say Chesapeake lawsuit settlement letters are in the mail

| June 3, 2016

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Angry landowners accusing Chesapeake Energy of cheating them out of millions of dollars in royalties have started receiving letters from the McDonald and Circelli, Walter & Young law firms explaining the global settlement offer that was reached last month.

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