U.S. SUPREME COURT

Levin v. United States

TORTS — Liability — Immunity — Intentional Torts

New Jersey Law Journal

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The Gonzalez Act, which makes the Federal Tort Claims Act remedy preclusive of any suit against armed forces medical personnel, abrogates the FTCA's intentional-tort exception and therefore permits suit against the U.S. alleging medical battery by a Navy doctor acting within the scope of his employment.

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