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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 [2017]

General Memorandum 17-020

Trump Administration Submits FY 2018 Budget Blueprint

General Memorandum 17-019

Appeals Court Holds that Groundwater is Included in Tribe's Winters Water Rights

General Memorandum 17-018

OPM Publishes Final Rule Governing Access to Federal Employee Health Benefits for Tribal Employers and Employees

General Memorandum 17-017

Administration for Children and Families Seeks Tribal Recommendations

General Memorandum 17-016

Department of Health and Human Services Issues Hiring Freeze Guidance

General Memorandum 17-015

BIA Office of Trust Services Initiates Tribal Consultation on Safety of Indian Dams

General Memorandum 17-014

President Trump Orders Federal Hiring Freeze; Some Categories of Personnel Exempted

General Memorandum 17-013

Indian Health Service Injury Prevention Cooperative Agreements

General Memorandum 17-012

DOJ says the United States Retains Concurrent Jurisdiction in "optional" PL 280 States

General Memorandum 17-011

Expedited Environmental Review of Infrastructure Projects


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