Plains Commerce Bank Redux — Federal Court Orders Exhaustion on Claims Not Decided by Supreme Court

Here are the materials in Plains Commerce Bank v. Long Family Land and Cattle Co. (D. S.D.):

DCT Order Requiring Tribal Court Exhaustion

Long Family Tribal Court Complaint

Plains Commerce Federal Court Complaint [plus tribal court docs]

Plains Commerce Motion for TRO

Plains Commerce Motion for Summary J

Long Family Opposition

Plains Commerce Reply

You may recall from Justice Pommersheim’s opinion from way back in the last decade that Plains Commerce only challenged the discrimination claim against it, not the bad faith or breach of contract claims. And since the money damages verdict was a general verdict, any of the surviving claims may support the verdict.

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