Federal Court Dismisses Grand Canyon Skywalk Development Complaint Seeking Arbitration against Hualapai Tribe

Here are the materials in Grand Canyon Skywalk Development LLC v. Hualapai Indian Tribe of Arizona (D. Ariz.):

DCT Order Denying Motion to Compel Arbitration

First Amended Complaint

Amended Complaint Exhibit Set 1

Amended Complaint Exhibit Set 2

Hualapai Motion to Dismiss

Hualapai Motion to Disqualify

Charlton Declaration

Rhodes Affidavit

GCSD Opposition

Greenberg Traurig Opposition to Motion to Disqualify

Harrison Declaration

Overton Declaration

Overton Exhibit Set 1

Overton Exhibit Set 2

Overton Exhibit Set 3

Quasala Declaration

Hualapai Reply in Support of Motion to Disqualify

Hualapai Reply in Support of MTD

From the opinion:

Defendants Hualapai Indian Tribe and seven named members of the Hualapai Tribal Council have filed a motion to dismiss Plaintiff Grand Canyon Skywalk Development, LLC’s (GCSD) first amended complaint to compel arbitration. Doc. 19; see Doc. 18. The motion has been fully briefed. Docs. 21, 29. Defendants also have filed a motion to disqualify Greenberg Traurig (GT) as counsel for GCSD and for related orders protecting theTribe’s confidential information. Doc. 25. GT has filed a response in opposition which GCSD joined. Docs. 43, 37. For the reasons that follow, the Court will grant Defendants’ motion to dismiss GCSD’s first amended complaint, and deny Defendant’s motion to disqualify GCSD’s counsel and for related orders.

Prior post on this specific suit is here.

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