North Dakota SCT Awards Attorney Fees to Defendants in Indian Country Tort Claim Brought in State Court

Here is the opinion in Tillich v. Bruce.

An excerpt:

Don Bruce, Vinier Davis, and Linda Davis (“Defendants”) appeal from a judgment granting their motion to dismiss and denying their request for attorney fees. We reverse the district court’s denial of the Defendants’ request for attorney fees under N.D.C.C. § 28-26-01(2) and remand for calculation of attorney fees based upon accepted factors and order the district court award attorney fees to the Defendants.

Briefs:

1. Tillich v. Bruce – Appellee Brief
Abstract: Argument date: Oct. 2016. Topic: Torts (Negligence, Liab., Nuis.). Judge: Hon. M. Richard Geiger.

 

2. Tillich v. Bruce – Appellant Brief
Abstract: Argument date: Oct. 2016. Topic: Torts (Negligence, Liab., Nuis.). Judge: Hon. M. Richard Geiger.

 

3. Tillich v. Bruce – Reply Brief
Abstract: Argument date: Oct. 2016. Topic: Torts (Negligence, Liab., Nuis.). Judge: Hon. M. Richard Geiger.
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