Tag Archives: class action
Here. News coverage here.
This filing is part of the ICWA class action case in South Dakota over the interpretation of 25 USC 1922 (emergency jurisdiction): The third reason why this Court’s ruling on § 1922 has been inoperative is because the State’s Attorney … Continue reading →
Here is the latest in the class action lawsuit arguing that ICWA is unconstitutional: In the past month, the plaintiffs were granted leave to file an amended complaint with new named class representatives. Both the federal and state government again filed … Continue reading →
Complaint here. Quite the first paragraph: By honoring the moral imperatives enshrined in our Constitution, this nation has successfully shed much of its history of legally sanctioned discrimination on the basis of race or ethnicity. We have seen in vivid, … Continue reading →
Here: OST11(Reply to DSS MTD) OST12(Reply to Vargo MTD) The initial response to the motions to dismiss is here.
Here: OST9(ReplyToDavisMTD) The motion to dismiss is here.
Here are the new materials in Oglala Sioux Tribe v. Van Hunnik (D. S.D.): Davis Motion to Dismiss Malsom-Rysdon and Van Hunnik Motion to Dismiss Vargo Motion to Dismiss Prior posts here and here.
Here is the brief: OST Motion for Class Certification OST Reply re Class Certification Complaint is here.