Category Archives: Indian gaming
California Appellate Court Affirms Dismissal of Silvia Burley Suit against California Gambling Control Commission under Anti-SLAPP Rule
Here is the unpublished opinion in California Miwok Tribe v. Everone: d072141
Here are the materials in Club One Casino v. Dept. of Interior (E.D. Cal.): 36-1 club one casino motion for summary j 37-1 doi motion for summary j 38 club one reply 39 doi reply 40 dct order Prior post … Continue reading →
Here: sufc cert petition Questions presented: 1. This case presents the question whether the Secretary may conclude that a casino “would not be detrimental to the surrounding community” despite uncontroverted evidence the casino will have unmitigated detrimental impacts to the community. … Continue reading →
Here is the unpublished opinion in State of California v. Picayune Rancheria of Chukchansi Indians. Briefs: opening brief state answer brief tribe answer brief reply brief Lower court materials.
Here: cpn v okla cert petition Question presented: Whether the Court of Appeals erred in reversing the District Court’s confirmation and enforcement of the Arbitrator’s Award pursuant to the Federal Arbitration Act, 9 U.S.C. §§ 1 et seq. Lower court … Continue reading →
Here is the opinion in United States v. Jim. Briefs here.
Federal Court Dismisses Gaming Developer’s State Law Claims against Apache Tribe, Orders Tribal Court Exhaustion in Others
Here are the materials in FSS Development Company LLC v. Apache Tribe of Oklahoma (W.D. Okla.): 21 motion to stay 22 motion to dismiss 25 response 26 reply 31 dct order
Here are the materials so far in Clark v. Harrah’s NC Casino Company LLC (W.D. N.C.): 1 Complaint 34-1 Motion to Dismiss 39 Opposition 43 Reply 53 Magistrate Report 54 Defendants’ Limited Objections 55 Clark Objections
Here is the petition in County of Amador v. Dept. of the Interior: Cert Petition Questions presented: 1. Whether Congress intended the phrase “under Federal jurisdiction,” as used in the 1934 Act, to encompass a tribe that, as of June 18, 1934, had no … Continue reading →
Tribal Gaming Can Help to Fight Human Trafficking Kathryn Isom-Clause Often “hidden in plain sight,” millions of people are exploited for criminal profit every year. These people are victims of human trafficking, or modern-day slavery. Human trafficking occurs across the … Continue reading →