In 1) I was involved in an appeal for unempolyment insurance, which can not be litigated in the same court as libel is litigated in, and the parties are not the same parties, but there is one party that is the same. Therefore I think 1) applies, but I need a reference from cases in Nebraska, statutes, etc, that support this. It has to come from nebraska cases, preferabaly.
In 2) I am claiming that they violated my rights because they relied on a case that did deprive me of my rights using res judicata to prove the facts.
Give me something to use for 1) and 2)...whether right or wrong, so I can fullfill the requriements of the biref.
Ok, give me a case in Nebraska I can refer to on #1. Although it is ok to cite other cases, I have found that cases in Nebraska carry more weight.
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