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Westinghouse Elec. Corp. v. Hendrie

Citation: 9 ELR 20749
No. No. 79-2110, (D.D.C., 08/31/1979)

The court denies plaintiff's request for injunctive and declaratory relief compelling the Secretary of State and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to process and issue a license authorizing plaintiff to export to the Phillipines a nuclear steam supply system to be used in a nuclear power plant. Ten days after the suit was filed, plaintiff and the Department of State entered into a stipulation under which the latter agreed to take final action on the licensing decision within five weeks. Finding further judicial action unnecessary, the court dismisses the complaint.

The full text of this opinion is available from ELR (3 pp. $0.50, ELR Order No. C-1197).

Counsel for Plaintiff
Christopher H. Buckley, Jr., Jonathan Z. Cannon
Beveridge, Fairbanks & Diamond
1333 New Hampshire Ave NW, Washington DC 20036
(202) 637-7800

Barton Z. Cowan, John R. Kenrick
Eckert, Seamans, Cherin & Mellot
600 Grant St., Pittsburgh PA 15219
(412) 566-6000

Counsel for Defendants
Alice Daniel, Ass't Attorney General; Dennis G. Linder, Stephanie Lachman Golden, Paul Gaukler
Civil Division
Department of Justice, Washington DC 20530
(202) 633-3314

Carl S. Rauh, U.S. Attorney
Room 3600, U.S. Courthouse, 3d St. & Constitution Ave. NW, Washington DC 20002
(202) 633-4964

Stephen F. Eilperin, Solicitor; Carlton R. Stoiber, Deputy General Counsel; Irwin B. Rothschild, III
Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington DC 20555
(202) 634-3288

Counsel for Intervenors
Ellyn R. Weiss
Sheldon, Harmon, Roisman & Weiss
1721 I Street NW, Washington DC 20006
(202) 833-9070

Green, J.

[OPINION OMITTED BY PUBLISHER IN ORIGINAL SOURCE]