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On a number of occasions, Hobbs Straus attorneys successfully defended a tribe against EEOC jurisdiction over a tribal casino employee claim.

General Memoranda [2011]

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-056

EPA Issues Final Policy on Consultation and Coordination with Indian Tribes

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-055

Family Drug Court Programs Grants

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-054

Office of Personnel Management Consultation Plans on the Tribal Option to Offer Federal Employee Health Benefits for their Employees

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-053

Indian Health Service Issues Reimbursement Rates for Calendar Year 2011

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-052

DOE Releases Details on Tribal Energy Summit to be Held May 4-5

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-051

Supreme Court Rules against Tohono O'odham Nation's Lawsuit in Court of Federal Claims on Ground that Nation had Previously Filed a Substantially Similar Suit in another Court

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-050

Office of National Drug Control Policy Requests Comments on Draft Tribal Consultation Policy

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-049

Child Nutrition Reauthorization 2010: Categorical Eligibility of Foster Children for Free School Meals

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-048

Indian Community Development Block Grant Funds Available

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-047

Congress Passes Full Year FY 2011 Appropriations Bill


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