Litigated Cases

Grubb v. United States

Grubb v. United States, 887 F.2d 1230 (4th Cir. 1989) (argued for United States) (in a medical malpractice suit brought under the FTCA related to heart surgery that caused the death of a retired military officer, holding that a telephone call by a Naval officer to the deceased's spouse informing her that the Navy doctor had been court-martialed and advising her to file a malpractice claim did not justify the award of emotional-distress damages under Maryland law).

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