Sovereign immunity is intended to prevent tort claims that stem from policy decisions

“Here is where the government’s argument about official instead of sovereign immunity has some traction. The best defense of this distinction is that making sovereign actors liable for their non-policy-making conduct encourages sovereigns to internalize run-of-the-mill liabilities – like torts commit…” via IFTTT from


Author: Ron Joads

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