UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FEDERAL CIRCUIT
Decided: September 20, 1993.
MANILDRA MILLING CORPORATION, PLAINTIFF/CROSS-APPELLANT,
OGILVIE MILLS, INC., DEFENDANT-APPELLANT, V. HENKEL CORPORATION AND HENKEL OF AMERICA, INC., THIRD-PARTY DEFENDANTS, AND JOHN THOMAS HONAN, COUNTERCLAIM DEFENDANT.
Before Rich, Michel and Clevenger, Circuit Judges.
ON PETITION FOR REHEARING
CLEVENGER, Circuit Judge.
Both Manildra Milling Corporation (Manildra) and Ogilvie Mills, Inc. (Ogilvie) petition for rehearing of the appeal, decided on June 22, 1993 by the Court's opinion and judgment. The Court having considered the petitions,
IT IS ORDERED THAT:
Ogilvie's petition is denied. Manildra's petition is granted solely for the purpose of revising the Court's opinion hereinafter provided:
p. 4, ln. 6: Delete "patents", and insert --'718 patent--;
p. 19, ln. 19: Delete the sentence "The actual evidence . . . their customers with false statements.".
September 20, 1993
FOR THE COURT
Raymond C. Clevenger, III
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