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Federal Tort Liability and Military Advocacy 

The Federal Tort Liability and Military Advocacy Section focuses on claims against the federal government under the Federal Tort Claims Act, the Military Claims Act, and other federal tort liability issues, as well as challenges to the Feres Doctrine.

Federal Tort Liability & Military Advocacy Practice Resources

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A GUIDE TO NONTRADITIONAL DISCOVERY»

FEDERAL TORT CLAIMS ACT»

USE OF THE INTERNATIONAL SAFETY MANAGEMENT (ISM) CODE IN MARITIME LITIGATION»

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Medicare and Medicaid Reimbursement Claims Survival Guide

The AAJ Exchange’s Medicare and Medicaid Reimbursement Claims Survival Guide addresses issues such as information to obtain at case intake, determining what your client owes, notice to the government, mandatory reporting, statute of limitations, settlement, allocation, waiver and pre-settlement compromise, where to put the funds, consequences for nonpayment, and ethical considerations to help plaintiff attorneys protect their clients and themselves.  To order or view the table of contents for this or the more than 130 other Litigation Packets, visit the AAJ Exchange or call 1-800-344-3023.


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