Native American Law Watch – Fall 2013
The Fall 2013 edition of Modrall Sperling’s Native American Law Watch includes:
Tribal Sovereign Immunity Application:
- New Mexico Court of Appeals Split Opinion Rules Tribal Sovereign Immunity Does Not Apply in Action to Declare Road Status on Tribal Fee Land
|Native American Practice Group
Modrall Sperling is one of a very few firms nationally which focuses its Native American law practice primarily on the representation of developers, tribal business corporations, financial sector participants, utilities, and others doing business, engaged in dispute resolution, or addressing policy issues in Indian country. The firm has represented clients in matters involving more than 40 tribes in over 20 states. Modrall Sperling’s Native American Law Practice Group is a unique set of professionals with expertise and experience in the wide range of disciplines critical to successful economic development in Indian country. Our Practice Group combines exceptional knowledge of core federal Indian and Native American law principles and recent developments with practitioners who bring specialized expertise applying those principles in finance, land and resource acquisition, employment law, environmental and cultural resource permitting and management, and related fields—in Indian country.
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