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24 Sep 2010

Author:
Marco Simons, Attorney for Plaintiffs-Appellants

[PDF] Bowoto, et al. v. Chevron, et al. - Appellants' Petition for Panel Rehearing or Rehearing En Banc

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En banc or panel rehearing is warranted here because the panel’s decision on at least two issues both conflicts with controlling Supreme Court precedent and creates circuit splits with other Courts of Appeal on issues of exceptional importance.