Litigated Cases

FDIC v. Meyer

FDIC v. Meyer, 510 U.S. 471 (1994) (on briefs for FDIC) (holding that (i) only federal employees—not federal agencies—can be sued under a federal cause of action for tort damages in connection with the violation of a person's constitutional rights, and (ii) a suit against the United States under the FTCA is the exclusive remedy for claims sounding in tort under state law). Brief of FDIC

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