Administrative Law

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Dougherty, Sandra L.
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1981
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FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|During the survey period, the Nebraska Supreme Court clarified its policy towards injunctions and writs of mandamus in two administrative law cases. By writing instructive opinions in Meyer v. Colin and in State ex rel. Nebraska Nurses Association v. State Board of Nursing, the court provides useful advice to future plaintiffs in administrative law cases.|Although injunctions are frequently sought in Nebraska courts, they are not routinely granted. The Nebraska Supreme Court considers an injunction a discretionary remedy to be awarded dependent upon the circumstances, the nature and extent of threatened damage and the probability of its continuance...
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14 Creighton L. Rev. 157 (1980-1981)
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Creighton University School of Law
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