City of Long Beach, As Trustee for the State of California,plaintiff-appellant, v. Standard Oil Company of California; Texaco, Incorporated;exxon Corporation; Union Oil Company Ofcalifornia; Mobil Oil Corporation;shell Oil Company,defendants-appellees.state of California, on Behalf of Itself and All Politicalsubdivisions and Special Districts Within Thestate Similarly Situated, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Standard Oil Co., et al., Defendants-appellees.city of Long Beach, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Standard Oil Co., et al., Defendants-appellees.in Re Coordinated Pretrial Proceedings in Petroleum Productsantitrust Litigation--mdl 150.people of the State of California; City of Long Beach, Astrustee for the State of California, and the Stateof California As Beneficiary,plaintiffs-appellants, v. Chevron Corporation; Unocal Corporation; Mobil Oilcorporation; Shell Oil Company; Shell Californiaproduction, Inc.; Exxon Corporation; Exxon Company, Usa;texaco, Inc., Defendants-appellees.in Re Coordinated Pretrial Proceedings in the Petroleumproducts Antitrust Litigation.city of Long Beach, As Trustee for the State of California,and the State of California As Beneficiary,plaintiff-appellant, v. Standard Oil Company of California, et al., Defendants-appellees, 886 F.2d 246 (9th Cir. 1989)Annotate this Case
Sept. 22, 1989
Before SCHROEDER, FARRIS and POOLE, Circuit Judges.
The opinion filed April 17, 1989, Long Beach v. Standard Oil, 872 F.2d 1401 (9th Cir. 1989), is amended by striking the following language at page 1407, third full paragraph, 2d col., lines 7-10: "Unlike Matsushita, this is not a case of legitimate price competition or an implausible predatory pricing scheme. Cf. 475 U.S. at 588-595 [106 S. Ct. 1348 at 1356-60, 89 L. Ed. 2d 538 (1986) ]." and substituting therefor, "See Matsushita, 475 U.S. at 588-595 [106 S. Ct. at 1356-60]." With this amendment, the panel has voted to deny appellants' petitions for rehearing and to reject the suggestions for rehearing en banc.
The full court was advised of the amendment to the opinion and the suggestions for rehearing en banc. An active judge requested a vote on whether to rehear the matter en banc. The matter failed to receive a majority of the votes of the nonrecused active judges in favor of en banc consideration. (Fed. R. App. P. 35.)
The opinion in 86-5859/5860 is amended as set forth above, the petitions for rehearing are denied and the suggestions for rehearing en banc are rejected.