Bullseye is the target of legal retribution again. This week, it was ordered by a Michigan circuit court to pay the $711,415 fine issued in 2013 for violating the states weights and measures laws. The Illinois-based motor oil merchant already owes the American Petroleum Institute almost $2 million as a result of a 2013 lawsuit, and its products have been banned by various states in the past few years.
After declaring that Bullseye-branded motor oils could cause lasting damage to engines in 2013, the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development banned sale of the Illinois-based companys products and fined it $711,415 on Oct. 30, 2013.
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