October 18, 1984.
Rea, Cross Auchincloss, David H. Coburn, Bryce Rea, Jr., Washington, D.C., for American Trucking Ass'n, Inc., et al.
Thomas M. Auchincloss, Jr., Leo C. Franey, Washington, D.C., for Ohio Motor Freight Tariff Committee, Inc., Household Goods Carriers' Bureau, Inc., Steel Carriers' Tariff Ass'n, Inc., Heavy Specialized Carriers Tariff Bureau, Alaska Carriers Ass'n, Inc.
Lawrence H. Richmond, Gen. Counsel, ICC, Washington, D.C., for I.C.C.
Benjamin R. Civiletti, Atty. Gen., Barry Grossman, Kenneth P. Kolson, U.S. Dept. of Justice, Washington, D.C., for U.S.
Belnap, McCarthy, Spencer, Sweeney Harkaway, Daniel J. Sweeney, Steven J. Kalish, Washington, D.C., for Nat. Small Shipments Traffic Conference, Inc. and Drug and Toilet Preparation Preparation Traffic Conference, Inc.
Leonard A. Jaskiewicz, Edward J. Kiley, Washington, D.C., for Bulk Carriers Conference, Inc.
Born, Kohlman Duvall, P.C., Robert E. Born, Atlanta, Ga., for Nat. Assoc. of Spec. Carriers, Inc.
J. Raymond Clark, Washington, D.C., for Motor Carriers Traffic Ass'n, Inc.
Petition for Review of an Order of the Interstate Commerce Commission.
ON REMAND FROM THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES
The Supreme Court of the United States granted certiorari in this case on the sole issue of whether the Interstate Commerce Commission has authority to reject effective tariffs that have been submitted in substantial violation of rate bureau agreements. On that sole issue before it the Supreme Court, ___ U.S. ___, 104 S.Ct. 2458, 81 L.Ed.2d 282 (1984), reversed the judgment of this court, 688 F.2d 1337 (11th Cir.), entered October 12, 1982.
Pursuant to the mandate of the Supreme Court issued June 5, 1984, the judgment of this court entered October 12, 1982 is VACATED with respect to the authority of the Interstate Commerce Commission to reject effective tariffs that have been submitted in substantial violation of rate bureau agreements. On that issue the decision of the Commission is AFFIRMED. In all other respects the judgment of this court entered October 12, 1982 remains in full force and effect.