Sovereign immunity, or crown immunity, is a legal doctrine by which the
sovereign or state cannot commit a legal wrong and is immune from civil suit or
Sovereign Immunity. The legal protection that prevents a sovereign state or
person from being sued without consent. Sovereign immunity is a judicial
Apr 19, 2016 ... As the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act wends through Congress, the
White House has been sending increasingly anxious signals ...
May 14, 2006 ... In American Constitutional law, a doctrine known as sovereign immunity bars
suits against the federal and state governments in most ...
Sovereign immunity is a doctrine based on a common law principle borrowed
from ... suits against state governments and to override sovereign immunity.” The.
Jan 12, 2010 ... Sovereign immunity is the legal principle that the government (and its branches,
departments, agencies and employees) cannot be sued or ...
federal sovereign immunity law for the panel on international and ... tives on
sovereign immunity at the Symposium on "Suing the Sovereign," at the 15th Judi-
Sovereign Immunity. A legal principal making governmental bodies and
employees immune from being sued in their own courts without governmental
Statutes and constitutional provisions pertaining to state sovereign immunity and
tort claims against the state.
When state actors invest in private equity funds, they play by different rules.
Under the doctrine of “sovereign immunity,” if the relationship sours,