National Petroleum Refiners Association v. Federal Trade Commission
|National Petroleum Refiners Association v. Federal Trade Commission (1973)
|Opinion of the Court→|
NATIONAL PETROLEUM REFINERS ASSOCIATION et al.
FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION et al., APPELLANTS, ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE FUND, INC., CONSUMERS UNION, AND CONSUMER FEDERATION OF AMERICA, INTERVENORS-APPELLANTS
United States Court of Appeals,
Appeal from the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.
Ronald M. Dietrich, General Counsel, Federal Trade Commission, of the bar of the Supreme Court of Illinois, pro hac vice, by special leave of court, with whom Harold H. Titus, Jr., United States Attorney, Harold D. Rhynedance, Jr., Assistant General Counsel, Federal Trade Commission, Miles J. Brown, Attorney, Federal Trade Commission, and Morton Hollander and William D. Appler, Attorneys, Department of Justice, were on the brief, for Appellants.
William Simon, with whom J. Wallace Adair, John Bodner, Jr., Francis A. O'Brien and Roger C. Simmons were on the brief, for Appellees.
Gladys Kessler for Intervenors-Appellants.
Bazelon, Chief Judge, and Wright and Robinson, Circuit Judges.
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