United States v. Gilman,
347 U.S. 507 (1954)

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United States v. Gilman, 347 U.S. 507 (1954)

United States v. Gilman

No. 449

Argued March 111, 1954

Decided May 17, 1954

347 U.S. 507


The United States is not entitled to recover indemnity from one of its employees for whose negligence it has been held liable under the Federal Tort Claims Act. Pp. 347 U. S. 507-513.

206 F.2d 846, affirmed.

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