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District Court Holds Contractor Not Liable for Army Helicopter Pilot's Paralysis and Confirms Continuing Viability of Government...

In Linfoot v. McDonnell Douglas Helicopter Co., the United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee granted McDonnell Douglas Helicopter Co.’s (“MDHC”) motion for summary judgment dismissing failure to warn...more

Fisher v. Halliburton: Fifth Circuit Invokes Common Sense To Defend Defense Base Act

In March 2010, a federal district court in Texas ruled that the deaths and injuries sustained by a group of civilian convoy drivers in Iraq during insurgent attacks were not “accidents” caused by conditions of...more

Government Contractors - Fifth Circuit Upholds Exclusivity of Defense Base Act Compensation Scheme for Injuries to Federal...

by Womble Bond Dickinson on

On January 12, 2012, a unanimous panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit issued an opinion ending six years of litigation against KBR and Halliburton over injuries and fatalities to contractor drivers in an...more

Should Veterans Have the Right to Sue for Negligence in Military Hospitals?

by Robert Kraft on

Since 1950, U.S. veterans have been unable to make claims for medical malpractice committed in military hospitals. This seemingly unfair rule was decided in a U.S. Supreme Court case referred to by the Plaintiff’s name,...more

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