Federal Tort Claims. Daniel A. Morris. Thomson Reuters. 2 Volumes. Looseleaf format. Current through July 2017 Supplement. Ex-private law firm library with location labels at foot of spines, else very good. Publisher's Price USD 983. Special $95. * Federal Tort Claims offers fast access to the applicable rules of law, exceptions and jurisdictional conflicts, references to pertinent federal and state law, and all major recent developments in the field. In these volumes, the author: Discusses the law regarding tort actions against the United States, general principles and their applications, and the facts and reasoning in many cases; Includes numerous case citations and extensive footnotes divided by jurisdiction. With this publication you can: Advise your clients as to whether a tort case can be made against the federal government; Assess actions for which claims can be filed; Evaluate types of claims for which federal government has not waived sovereign immunity; Follow administrative claims procedures and federal district court procedures for a Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) claim (including settlements at both levels).
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