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Hobbs Straus successfully defended a former casino workers’ suit against a Tribe in a Tenth Circuit case finding absence of federal jurisdiction over non-Indian contract and tort disputes arising in Indian country. (2009)

General Memoranda [2016]

General Memorandum 16-070

Bureau of Indian Affairs Publishes Updated Model Indian Juvenile Code

General Memorandum 16-069

Efforts to Enhance Protection of Native American Cultural Objects

General Memorandum 16-068

EPA Publishes Two Rulemaking Documents on Implementing the Clean Water Act on Indian Reservations

General Memorandum 16-067

ALJ holds National Labor Relations Act Applies to Tribe in Employee Bonus Case

General Memorandum 16-066

Appeals Court Holds Age Discrimination Act Does Not Waive Tribal Sovereign Immunity

General Memorandum 16-065

Department of Justice to Expand Tribal Access Program to National Crime Information

General Memorandum 16-064

Tribes are Eligible for Expected $50 Million in Grants and Loan Guarantees Under Rural Energy for America Program; Department of Agriculture is Soliciting Applications

General Memorandum 16-063

Forest Service Issues Final Rule on Providing Forest Products to Tribes for Cultural Purposes; Proposed Rule on Land Management Planning

General Memorandum 16-062

Commission on Native American Children Signed into Law

General Memorandum 16-061

Consultations on Improving Tribal Input into Federal Agency Decisions on Infrastructure Projects


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