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Prior to the founding of Hobbs Straus, Jerry Straus was lead Washington, D.C. counsel in the first large scale case for the restoration of historic Indian land – the restoration of the 48,000 acre Blue Lake lands to the Taos Pueblo.

General Memoranda [2011]

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-086

Supreme Court Declines to Hear Appeal in Osage Nation v. Irby

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-085

Bill Introduced to Exempt Indian Tribes from Regulation by the National Labor Relations Board

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-084

New NLRB Rules Make Union Elections Easier

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-083

Legislation Introduced to Limit Attorneys' Fees Against Government Under the Equal Access to Justice Act

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-082

Supreme Court Limits Scope of "Trust" Responsibility, Denies Tribe Access to Documents under Attorney-Client Privilege

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-081

Federal Court of Appeals Upholds Tribal Court Jurisdiction Over a Non-Indian Corporation and Its Non-Indian Owner on Tribal Lands

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-080

Indian Health Service FY 2011 Facilities and Staffing Allocations

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-079

President Obama Establishes White House Rural Council

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-078

Department of Homeland Security Approves Indian Tribe's Tribal Card under the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative

GENERAL MEMORANDUM 11-077

Office of Management and Budget Releases 2011 Circular A-133 Compliance Supplement


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