Thursday, October 10, 2013
NILL added new content to 4 Indian Law Bulletins on 10/10
Dolgencorp, Inc. v. Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians (jurisdiction, tort claims)
Wolfchild v. United States (United States fiduciary duty)
* United States Federal Trial Courts Bulletin
Hopi Tribe v. United States (United States fiduciary duty)
Akiachak Native Community v. Jewell (land into trust)
Otoe-Missouria Tribe of Indians v. NY State Dep't of Financial Services (tribal Internet lending)
Keweenaw Bay Indian Community v. Sebelius (Indian Health Service, contract support costs)
Saybrook Tax Exempt Investors, LLC v. Lake of Torches Economic Development Corporation (bonds, jurisdiction)
* State Courts Bulletin
State v. John (Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act)
Leisnoi, Inc. v. Merdes & Merdes, P.C. (Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, arbitration)
* News Bulletin
In the "Intergovernmental" section, we feature an article regarding impacts of the federal shutdown on tribes.
Native Land Law – Ongoing CLE Series
On October 15, 2013 (2pm - 4pm Eastern), West LegalEdcenter, in partnership with the Indian Land Tenure Foundation (ILTF), will be offering Native Land Law Series -- Principles 4 & 14: Taxation by Tribal/Federal/State Government.
This will be the final program in the Native Land Law Series, which was held periodically throughout 2013. The series provides an overview of the 17 legal principles in Native Land Law and offers analysis of federal laws and policies that impact the field of Indian law today. Topics include:
* Fundamentals of Policy and History
* Discovery Doctrine, Plenary Power & Termination
* Trusteeship & Trust Title
* Taxation (Tribal, Federal and State)
In addition to the live webcast, registrants will receive access to the on-demand video for 180 days. (The on-demand version may or may not be accredited in your state.) To learn more and register, please click here. Through its partnership with West, NILL/NARF is able to offer a special discount to this program – the promotion code ILTF2013 will be good for a 25% discount to any ILTF program this year.
Posted by National Indian Law Library at 2:13 PM