No person shall bring an action against a receiver appointed under section 71-2086 without first securing leave of the court. The receiver is liable in his or her personal capacity for intentional wrongdoing or gross negligence. In all other cases, the receiver is liable in his or her official capacity only, and any judgment rendered shall be satisfied out of the receivership assets. The receiver is not personally liable for the expenses of the health care facility during the receivership. The receiver is an employee of the state only for the purpose of defending a claim filed against the receiver. The Attorney General shall defend or arrange for the defense of all suits filed against the receiver personally.