Tag Archives: tribal sovereign immunity
Here is the order in McKesson Corp. v. Hembree (N.D. Okla.): 138 DCT Order An excerpt: Oklahoma is among the states with the highest number of opioid prescriptions per one hundred people and has a high overdose death rate. Tribal … Continue reading →
Here are the materials in Wilmington Savings Fund Society v. Fryberg (W.D. Wash.): 15 Tulalip motion to dismiss 21 Response 22 Reply 28 DCT order
Here is the order list from last Friday. Here are the cert stage materials in Upper Skagit Indian Tribe v. Lundgren. Lower court materials here.
Here are the amici curiae in the matter of Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc. et al v. St. Regis Mohawk Tribe et al: For Movants: Brief Amici Curiae of the National Congress of American Indians, National Indian Gaming Association, and the United … Continue reading →
Here is the brief from Lawrence Tribe, William Eskridge, Erwin Chemerinsky, Joe Singer, and David Orozco: Brief of Amici Scholars iso of Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe
Here is the amicus brief filed in Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc. v. Allergan Inc.: Oglala Sioux Tribe amicus brief
Here: Cert Petition Questions presented: 1. Does 25 U.S.C. § 357 authorize a condemnation action against a parcel of allotted land in which an Indian tribe has a fractional beneficial interest, especially where (a) the the tribe holds less than … Continue reading →
Richard B. Collins posted “To Sue and Be Sued: Capacity and Immunity of American Indian Nations,” forthcoming in the Creighton Law Review. Here is the abstract: Can American Indian nations sue and be sued in federal and state courts? Specific … Continue reading →
Here is the unpublished opinion in WD at the Canyon v. Honga.
Here is the opinion in Harvey v. Ute Indian Tribe. UPDATE (11/10/17) Briefs: Appellant’s Brief Appellant’s Reply Brief Appellee’s Brief-LaRose Appellee’s Brief-Newfield Appellee’s Brief-Ute Indian Tribe Joinder in Brief Response to Supplemental Authority-Appellee 1 Response to Supplemental Authority-Appellee 2 Supplemental … Continue reading →