SYNGENTA CROP v. US ENVIRO. PROTECT., et al
||SYNGENTA CROP PROTECTION, INC.
||UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, CHRISTINE TODD WHITMAN, SIPCAM AGRO USA, INC., DREXEL CHEMICAL COMPANY, MAKHTESHIM-AGAN OF NORTH AMERICA, INC. and AGAN CHEMICAL MANUFACTURERS, LTD
||MAKHTESHIM AGAN OF NORTH AMERICA, INC. (MANA)
||CHEMICAL PRODUCERS & DISTRIBUTORS ASSOCIATION, THE
||April 30, 2002
||North Carolina Middle District Court
||WALLACE W. DIXON
||N. C. TILLEY
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|August 9, 2011
MEMORANDUM OPINION signed by JUDGE N. C. TILLEY, JR on 8/9/11; that for the reasons stated, Sipcam's motion for summary judgment on Syngentas claim of arbitrary and capricious agency action in violation of the Administrative Procedure Act [Dock. 308 ], which Drexel joins, is GRANTED, that Drexels motion for summary judgment on Syngentas claim of EPA action in violation of the Equal Protection Clause and violation of FIFRAs exclusive use provisions [Dock. 312 ], which Sipcam joins, is GRANTED, that EPAs motion for summary judgment on all Counts [Dock. 316 ] is GRANTED, that MANAs motion to dismiss for lack of subject matter jurisdiction [Dock. 317 ], which Sipcam and Drexel join, is GRANTED IN PART AND DENIE D IN PART, that Syngentas motion for summary judgment on all Counts [Dock. 319 ] is DENIED, and that MANAs motion to unseal its motion to dismiss and memorandum in support of its motion to dismiss [Dock. 342 ] is GRANTED. (Welch, Kelly)
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