Litigated Cases

Gaubert v. United States

Gaubert v. United States (N.D. Tex. 1988) (lead counsel for United States) (where a former bank owner sued for millions of dollars in damages alleging that its federal regulator's negligent day-to-day control of the troubled bank caused its failure, dismissed based upon the discretionary function exception of the FTCA because the decisions were based upon public policy considerations).