Tag Archives: cert petition
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 →
SCOTUS Grants Cougar Den Tax Case; Denies Shingle Springs Gaming and Wind River Reservation Boundaries Cases; Issues CVSG in Ute Tribal Court Jurisdiction Matter
Here is today’s order list. Here are the materials in the Cougar Den matter. Here are the materials in the Shingle Springs matter. Here are the materials in the Wind River matter. Here are the materials in the Ute Tribe … Continue reading →
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: northern arapaho tribe – cert petition eastern shoshone tribe v. wyoming — cert. petition amicus brief of ncai nos. 17-1159 and 17-1164 law profs amicus brief us brief in opposition riverton and fremont brief in opposition wyfb brief in … Continue reading →
Here is the petition in Makah Indian Tribe v. Quileute Indian Tribe & Quinault Indian Tribe: 2018-05-21 makah cert petition and appendix Question presented: The question presented is whether the Ninth Circuit—in conflict with the decisions of this Court and … Continue reading →
Here: SG Brief Update (5-30-18): supplemental brief for respondent in response to brief of us solicitor general Here are the materials in Washington State Dept. of Licensing v. Cougar Den Inc.
Here is today’s order list. Here are the cert stage materials so far.
Yesterday’s order list is here. Case materials are here.
Here is the petition in Bearscomesout v. United States: bearcomesout cert petition Question presented: Whether the “separate sovereign” concept actually exists any longer where Congress’s plenary power over Indian tribes and the general erosion of any real tribal sovereignty is amplified … Continue reading →
Here is the petition: Cert Petition Questions presented: Does 28 U.S.C. § 1491 grant the court of federal claims jurisdiction over an action to recover grant-in-aid funds unlawfully recouped by the United States or is the action one for specific relief which must be brought under … Continue reading →