27th Annual WSBA Indian Law Seminar: The Land, the People, and the Law (June 2015) [15844-MP3 / 15844-FSV]

27th Annual WSBA Indian Law Seminar: The Land, the People, and the Law (June 2015) [15844-MP3 / 15844-FSV]

 
Original Program Date: June 11, 2015
Duration: 6 hours, 6 minutes
Credits: Ethics: 1.00, Law & Legal Procedure: 5.00
 
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There is rarely an issue affecting the population of Washington that doesn’t have further ramifications in Indian Country. Land use, employment law, education, leadership, and campaign contributions all take on further nuances when they intersect with tribal law. Staying current is a constant challenge.

In this recorded, full day seminar, get the best coverage of specific issues and updates in Indian Law, including:
  • New Federal Regulations – keeping up with rights of way and leasing Indian lands
  • Employment Law – implications of the Federal Power Commission v. Tuscarora case, and trying cases in tribal forums
  • Official Immunity – how recent decisions may affect Tribal decision making
  • Environment and Land Use – updates and progress in hydroelectric projects, leasing, and right of way
  • Campaign Contributions – What are the ethical, strategic and legal considerations?
  • Legislation Update – don't miss Thomas Schlosser’s updates to stay current on the law
Program Chair and Moderator: Aubrey A. Seffernick - Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP, Seattle

This seminar was recorded on June 11, 2015, in Seattle, WA.

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Coursebook contains XXX pages.


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