Osage Wind LLC v. Osage Minerals Council Cert Petition

Here:

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari

Questions presented:

1. Whether the court of appeals had jurisdiction over the appeal filed by a nonparty when the nonparty did not participate in any capacity in the district court proceedings.

2. Whether the Tenth Circuit improperly invoked the Indian canon of construction to deprive surface-estate owners who are members or successors-in-interest to Indian tribe members of important property rights by overriding clear regulatory language for the express purpose of favoring the economic interests of an Indian tribe without examining congressional intent.

Lower court materials here.

UPDATE:

Osage Minerals Council BIO

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