California’s Estom Yumeka Maidu Tribe, also known as Enterprise Rancheria, has said it will begin construction of a scaled-down Class II gaming facility in Yuba County, instead of the Class III facility that has been opposed...more
On June 4, 2015, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued its en banc decision in Big Lagoon Rancheria v. California, a case in which Big Lagoon Rancheria, a federally recognized Indian tribe, sought to compel the State of...more
The Pueblo of Pojoaque needs a new Class III gaming compact by June 2015 in order to continue operating its casinos which are located north of Santa Fe. However, the Pueblo objected to the financial concessions being demanded...more
The Washington Redskins trademark case, with its conclusion that REDSKINS trademark registrations should be cancelled, has sparked heated discussion among football fans, advocates of Native American interests, and foes of...more
In This Issue:
- Indian Gaming Issues To Watch In 2013
- Will The Ex Parte Young Doctrine Swallow Tribal Sovereign Immunity Whole?
- Detroit Casinos’ November Revenues Decrease From Save Month Last Year: Michigan...more
Originally published in World Online Gambling Law Report - September 2012.
IGaming Update - More than twenty five years ago, gaming in the United States faced a conundrum as Indian Tribes and States debated the legality...more
Excerpts of chapter that first appeared in Inside the Minds: Emerging Issues in Tribal-State Relations (2012 Edition) published by Aspatore Books. Excerpts reprinted with permission.
For most of the twentieth century,...more
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