The Eleventh Circuit's 1991 administrative law decisions ran the full gamut of administrative issues and included decisions relating to both state and federal administrative agencies. While the majority of the decisions dealt with straightforward application of accepted principles of administrative law, several decisions included complex fact patterns and the application of both federal and state administrative procedures. The resulting decisions were balanced in terms of their treatment of the agencies and parties appearing before those agencies.
Davis, J. Michael
Mercer Law Review: Vol. 43
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