Federal Court Holds Contraband Cigarettes Trafficking Act Requirements Apply to Tribal Corporations

Here are the materials in Ho-Chunk Inc. v. Sessions (D.D.C.):

7 US Motion for Summary J

11-3 HCI Cross Motion

14 US Reply

16 HCI Reply

17 HCI Supplemental Brief

18 US Response to 17

20 HCI Reply in Support of 17

21 DCT Order

An excerpt:

Plaintiffs, tribal-owned corporations engaged in the distribution of cigarettes, seek a declaration clarifying whether certain recordkeeping requirements of the Contraband Cigarettes Trafficking Act apply to Indian tribal entities like them. The Court concludes that the relevant requirements do so apply, and will therefore grant summary judgment for Defendants.

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