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Judicial Review of Private Hospital Activities

By Michigan Law Review


This Note will examine the judicial review of hospitals under state law and the fourteenth amendment and will suggest that unless certain clear requirements for publicness are met, judicial restraint based on the failure of legislative institutions to mandate judicial interference is the better course

Topics: Judicial review, Hospitals, Courts, Fourteenth Amendment, Health Law and Policy, Torts
Publisher: University of Michigan Law School Scholarship Repository
Year: 1976
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