Litigated Cases

United States v. Gaubert

United States v. Gaubert, 499 U.S. 315 (1991) (on brief for United States) (where a former bank owner sued for millions of dollars in damages alleging that the bank its federal regulator's negligent day-to-day control of his troubled bank caused its failure, reversing the Fifth Circuit's decision and holding that the discretionary function exception of the FTCA retained the government's sovereign immunity from suit because the operational decisions of the federal regulator were based—at least in part—upon public policy considerations).

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