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Gregory Sisk Guest

Gregory Sisk holds the Laghi Distinguished Chair in Law at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. He is the author of the West Academic hornbook on “Litigation With the Federal Government” (2016) and the Foundation Press casebook of the same title, as well more than a dozen law review articles on tort, money damages, attorney’s fees, and other claims against the federal government.

Date Post Title
04.29.19 Opinion analysis: When the federal government acts as a commercial enterprise, the courthouse doors open wider
01.15.19 Argument analysis: When is the government not really the government for immunity from tort liability?
01.07.19 Argument preview: When the Tennessee Valley Authority’s activities cause personal injury, may it claim discretionary policy immunity from liability?
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