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Filed Under: Business | Law
Divided court won't extend Seneca Nation immunity to business (11/25)
By a 4-3 vote, the New York Court of Appeals opens the tribe's golf course to a lawsuit.

Filed Under: Environment | Politics
House Natural Resources Committee passes three tribal bills (11/21)
The bills affect an Alaska Native corporation, the Hualapai Tribe and the Ponca Tribe.

Filed Under: Law | Trust
Judge dismisses lawsuit against chairman of Chumash Tribe (11/13)
Chairman Vincent Armenta said he's tired of being sued by opposition groups.

Filed Under: Law | National
County files late appeal in Cayuga Nation foreclosure case (11/10)
The tribe and Indian Country have most likely been spared another round of concerns about their record before the Supreme Court.

Filed Under: Opinion
Opinion: Tribes turn their acumen to Internet lending industry (10/24)
Writer discusses the growth of the Internet lending industry in Indian Country.

Filed Under: Law | World
Supreme Court won't hear suit over Indian massacre in Mexico (10/08)
Ten survivors blamed the former president for a massacre where 45 people died.

Filed Under: Business | Law
Woman sues over fall at Fallon Paiute Shoshone Tribe business (09/30)
So far, the state, tribal and federal courts have all dismissed the lawsuits.

Filed Under: Environment | Law | Politics
House subcommittee holds hearing on bill for Hualapai Tribe (09/22)
The Obama administration opposes the bill due to concerns about a waiver of sovereign immunity.

Filed Under: Education | Environment | Law
9th Circuit won't stop repatriation of Kumeyaay Nation ancestors (08/27)
The remains were discovered in 1976 and were determined to be 'Native American' by the University of California.

Filed Under: Law
Law school in Colorado sets conference on sovereign immunity (08/26)
Indian law experts will discuss immunity in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community.

Filed Under: Law
Brian Pierson: Recent federal court decisions affecting Indian law (08/19)
Attorney Brian Pierson reviews some recent federal court decisions affecting Indian Country.

Filed Under: Law | Opinion
Opinion: Supreme Court showdown in Cayuga Nation dispute (08/04)
Writer suggests the Cayuga Nation might be headed to the U.S. Supreme Court as part of a foreclosure dispute.

Filed Under: Law | National | Trust
2nd Circuit protects Cayuga Nation from foreclosure proceeding (07/31)
The Supreme Court's recent decision in Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community is starting to trickle down.

Filed Under: Law
Law Article: Supreme Court sends reminder on tribal immunity (07/28)
Attorneys discuss the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Bay Mills Indian Community.

Filed Under: Business | Law
Law Article: Supreme Court decision could impact tribal lenders (07/03)
Attorneys explore whether the the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community will affect the tribal payday loan industry.

Filed Under: Opinion
Steven Newcomb: Supreme Court 'victory' adopts racist system (06/27)
Steven Newcomb finds language of domination used throughout the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community.

Filed Under: Opinion
Opinion: Strengthening sovereignty by addressing immunity (06/24)
Ryan Seelau and Ian Record discuss what tribes can do to ensure the U.S. Supreme Court victory in Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community isn't short-lived.

Filed Under: Opinion
Steven Newcomb: Supreme Court justices put tribes on notice (06/16)
Steven Newcomb says the U.S. Supreme Court dissent in Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community puts tribes on notice of further domination.

Filed Under: Business | Law | National
Lawyers dispute effect of Supreme Court case on tribal lenders (06/10)
The U.S. Supreme Court decision in Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community affirmed the principle of tribal sovereign immunity but not everyone agrees the case affects tribal-owned Internet lending companies.

Filed Under: Law | Politics
County rejects law enforcement contract with Chumash Tribe (06/05)
Officials claim agreement was too vague and failed to include a waiver of sovereign immunity.

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