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Appellate Practice: Judicial Review – Incorporation Petition – Mootness

Ferguson v. Hillhouse, et al. (MLW No. 59727/Case No. ED92467 – 8 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District, Richter, J.) Where plaintiff sought judicial review of a county commission’s refusal to place an incorporation issue on an upcoming ballot, ...

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Administrative: Judicial Review – Municipal Violation – Jurisdiction

City of Springfield v. Belt (MLW No. 59388/Case No. SD29605 – 7 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Southern District, Barney, J.) Where a defendant sought and participated in an administrative hearing after being issued a citation for violation of a ...

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Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District: Administrative

Egan v. St. Anthony’s Medical Center (Case No. ED92207 – 22 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District, Cohen, J.) Hospital Bylaws – ‘Substantial Compliance’ – Judicial Review Where a doctor sought an order requiring a hospital to hold a ...

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Administrative: Medical License – Judicial Review – Timeliness

Where a doctor sought judicial review of a disciplinary order of his medical license, the trial court lacked jurisdiction over the matter because of the doctor’s failure to timely file the petition. Preliminary order in prohibition made absolute. State Board ...

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Real Property: Annexation – Judicial Review – Noncontested Case

(1)Where a city sought judicial review of a boundary commission’s denial of an annexation proposal and the parties disputed whether the commission’s action should be reviewed as a contested or noncontested case, the proceeding was properly classified as noncontested because ...

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