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As the Indian gaming industry continues to thrive, Indian tribes are increasingly engaging in other commercial endeavors including banking, construction, energy, telecommunications, manufacturing, retail and more. Based on a...more
On March 4, 2013, ‘SA’ NYU WA, Inc., a tribally-chartered corporation wholly owned by the Hualapai Indian Tribe, filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition in the United States Bankruptcy Court, District of Arizona. This is a...more
Since the passage of the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act in 1988, casinos owned by Native American tribes have proliferated across tribal lands and have generated billions of dollars in revenue annually. While casinos such as...more
In the case of In re Santa Ysabel Resort and Casino, the Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of California heard arguments on September 4, 2012, as to whether the alleged debtor, a tribal casino, was eligible for...more
In This Issue:
- TRIBAL CASINO BANKRUPTCIES – THE TRAIN IS LEAVING THE STATION by Dennis J. Whittlesey:
There long has been a legal debate as to whether businesses owned and operated by Indian tribes could either...more
Seventh Circuit to Lac Du Flambeau: "They Can't Touch You"
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- BARSTOW BOUNCES BACK by Dennis J. Whittlesey
- SOMEWHERE IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA IS A REALLY ANGRY TRIBE… by Dennis J. Whittlesey
An Excerpt From: BARSTOW BOUNCES BACK
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In This Issue:
01 When Tribal Gaming Goes Sour . . . Rights & Remedies in an Unclear Legal Environment
07 S.D.N.Y. Bankruptcy Court Continues to Construe Bankruptcy Code’s Safe HarborProvisions Narrowly
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