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Category Archives: Native American Law

The Texas Legislature Takes a “Texas Two Step” Approach to Indian Gaming

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With new legislation introduced in Texas, it is an appropriate time to examine whether the Texas State Legislature is trying to do something for Indian Gaming or to Indian Gaming. The only certainty is that something is likely to happen! And, like the Texas Two Step, the legislative casino dance changes at the whim of …

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Treasury Department Loosens Up Bonds for Development in Indian Country

An article by Fred Schubkegel of Varnum LLP regarding Development Bonds was recently featured in The National Law Review: The U.S. Treasury Department recently  issued new guidelines for reallocating approximately $1.8 billion remaining in Tribal Economic Development (TED)bonds. In an effort to spur job creation and promote economic growth in Indian country, the new guidelines are more flexible and broaden the scope …

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The 16th Annual National Institute on the Gaming Law Minefield

The National Law Review is pleased to inform you of the 16th Annual National Institute on the Gaming Law Minefield: Gaming Law Minefield 2012 Event Information When February 23 – 24, 2012 Where Green Valley Ranch Resort & Spa 2300 Paseo Verde Pkwy Las Vegas, NV, 89101 United States of America Program Description The Gaming …

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The 15th Annual ABA National Institute on the Gaming Law Minefield Feb 24-25 LasVegas

The 2011 Gaming Law Minefield program is specifically designed to provide in-depth coverage and discussion of the cutting-edge legal, regulatory, and ethical issues confronting both commercial and Native American gaming. Attorneys, compliance officers, Native American leaders, regulators, and legislators will all provide invaluable insights into current trends, opportunities and obstacles in the gaming industry. The …

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The 15th Annual ABA National Institute on the Gaming Law Minefield Feb 24-25 LasVegas

The 2011 Gaming Law Minefield program is specifically designed to provide in-depth coverage and discussion of the cutting-edge legal, regulatory, and ethical issues confronting both commercial and Native American gaming. Attorneys, compliance officers, Native American leaders, regulators, and legislators will all provide invaluable insights into current trends, opportunities and obstacles in the gaming industry. The …

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