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Exclusive Remedy Provision of the Federal Employees Compensation Act-Fact or Fiction

By Thornock, John R., Major

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Title: Exclusive Remedy Provision of the Federal Employees Compensation Act-Fact or Fiction  
Author: Thornock, John R., Major
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Armed Forces, Military law
Collections: Military Law Review
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Publisher: Government Publication

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R. Thornoc, J. J. (n.d.). Exclusive Remedy Provision of the Federal Employees Compensation Act-Fact or Fiction. Retrieved from http://icloud-library.org/


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Military Law Review

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Introduction: It is the aim of this article to probe the background of workmen?s compensation and to analyze critically various principles, concepts and fallacies which have produced unintended and somewhat deleterious effects by the application of the exclusive remedy provisions of the Federal Employees? Compensation Act and various provisions of the Federal Tort Claims Act. Particular attention will be given the so-called ?Government Drivers? and the liability of the United States for contribution or indemnity as a joint tort-feasor when F.E.C.A. compensation has been awarded a plaintiff-government employee. The problems herein arise first,

 

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