Assiniboine & Sioux et al. v. Kempthorne Materials

Thirty-seven individual cases raising the same claims as in the Cobell litigation had been spun off from that massive case in the past few years. The United States moved to remand and stay these cases to the Department of Interior. Yesterday, Judge Robertson declined that motion.

Here are the relevant materials:

US Motion to Remand and Stay

Joint Opposition to US Motion

Osage and Gila River Separate Opposition to Motion

Joint Plaintiff Supplemental Brief

US Reply Brief

DCT Order Denying Motion

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