Unusual Litigations – Disputes that look different: Episode 2: Tribal Court Litigation

33 Min Listen By: Stuart M. Riback

Tribal Court Litigation: Native American tribes are sovereign, and much of the business activity that tribes (or tribe members) are involved in can end up in tribal courts rather than the usual state or federal courts. In this episode, Stuart Riback interviews Grant Christensen (University of North Dakota) and Ryan Dreveskracht (Galanda & Broadman, Seattle) about how litigation can end up in tribal court; how it differs from regular state or federal courts; how to avoid tribal court if that’s the objective, and similar subjects.

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New York, NY

Stuart M. Riback

Stuart M. Riback is a member of the New York law firm of Wilk Auslander LLP. His practice is concentrated in the areas of commercial, financial, creditors’ rights, intellectual property, and cross-border…

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