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Office of Management and Budget Releases New “Omni-Circular” Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit...

On December 26, 2013, the Office of Management and Budget (“OMB”) released a comprehensive guidance that makes changes to the fragmented existing guidance on Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit...more

Province Ordered to Pay Damages to Timber Company over Aboriginal Road Blockade

On December 23, 2013, the British Columbia Supreme Court (Court) ordered the Province of British Columbia (Province) to pay logging contractor Moulton Contracting Ltd. a sum of $1.75 million in damages for the Province’s...more

Asserting a Tribal Sovereign Immunity Defense, Even Where the Tribe has Contractually Waived its Immunity

The doctrine of sovereign immunity acts as a powerful protection for any sovereign entity. By prohibiting the courts from adjudicating whether or not the sovereign party breached a contract, committed a tort, or otherwise...more

Taxation on Indian Reservations: To Balance or Not to Balance, That Is the Question

Introduction - The ability of the states to impose a tax upon transactions occurring on an Indian reservation has evolved substantially in the past 50 years. After numerous court decisions, the Indian preemption...more

BMG v Chukchansi - Stanley

Petition for Rehearing en banc - Opposition

10th Circuit Court of Appeals Reversed and Remanded, agreeing with our appeal that tribal sovereign immunity is not waived by a casino employee's action in an intellectual property matter...more

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