Navistar International Transportation Corp. v. United States EPA

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Navistar International Transportation Corp. v. United States EPA
by the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
Syllabus

858 F.2d 282

NAVISTAR INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORTATION CORPORATION, Petitioner

v.

UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, Respondent

No. 87-3474

United States Court of Appeals,
Sixth Circuit.


March 1, 1988, Argued

September 23, 1988, Decided

September 23, 1988, Filed

As Amended October 13, 1988. Petition for Rehearing by the Original Hearing Panel Denied November 10, 1988.


On Petition to Review an Order form the United States Environmental Protection Agency.

James H. Schink, Jonathan B. Newcomb, Steven A. Smith, Argued, Kirkland and Ellis, Chicago, Illinois, Steven K. Covey, Navistar Int. Transportation Corp, Chicago, Illinois, Attorneys for Appellant.

Laurence M. Groner, Lee M. Thomas, EPA - General Counsel's Office Washington, District of Columbia, Pollution Control Section, Land & Natural Resources Div., U.S. Dept. of Justice, Washington, District of Columbia, EPA - Region V, Chicago, Illinois, Karen L. Egbert [EPA], argued, Dept. of Justice, Environment Defense Sect, Washington, District of Columbia, Stephen P. Mendoza, Chicago, Illinois, Attorneys for Respondent.

Kennedy and Ryan, Circuit Judges; and Peck, Senior Circuit Judge.