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Tribal Governmental Gaming Law

Cases and Materials

by William G. Rice

  • 397 Want to read
  • 9 Currently reading

Published by Carolina Academic Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nonfiction,
  • Constitutional,
  • Law,
  • Indian Gaming Regulatory Act,
  • United States.

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages880
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12436163M
    ISBN 101594602085
    ISBN 109781594602085

    under tribal, federal or state law. It will also consider the tax consequences of each type of business structure. The Handbook will assist tribal managers in determining which structure will work best to protect tribal assets, preserve tribal sovereignty, and maximize the use of tax and other incentives available for tribal economic development. Eadington, William R. Indian Gaming and the Law. Reno: Institute for the Study of Gambling and Commercial Gaming, University of Nevada, This work presents the papers given at the North American Conference on the Status of Indian Gaming which was sponsored by .

    The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act was enacted by the United States Congress on October 17, , to regulate the conduct of gaming on Indian Lands. IGRA establishes the National Indian Gaming Commission and the regulatory structure for Indian gaming in the United States. Public Law Oct. 17, th Congress Sec. CABAZON, THE INDIAN GAMING REGULATORY ACT, AND THE SOCIOECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF AMERICAN INDIAN GOVERNMENTAL GAMING A TEN-YEAR REVIEW American Indians on Reservations: A Databook of Socioeconomic Change Between the and Censuses JONATHAN B. TAYLOR JOSEPH P. KALT January

    G. William Rice, Attorney at Law Pipestem and Rice, Attorneys at Law American Indian Law Review, Editor, Article and Book Review Editor, Recent Federal Developments Editor. University of Oklahoma College of Law. Tribal Governmental Gaming Law: Cases . Tribal Governance. Currently, sovereign tribal nations (variously called tribes, nations, bands, pueblos, communities, and Native villages) have a formal nation-to-nation relationship with the US texasbestchambers.com tribal governments are legally defined as “federally recognized tribes.”.


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Tribal Governmental Gaming Law by William G. Rice Download PDF EPUB FB2

Oct 28,  · Tribal Governmental Gaming Law: Cases and Materials, is a law school casebook and compilation of primary source materials setting out the federal laws which regulate gaming conducted by various Indian tribal governments. The casebook includes the National Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, the Committee Report, and attorney opinions from the Office 5/5(1).

Get this from a library. Tribal governmental gaming law: cases and materials. [G William Rice] -- Practitioners without a background in Federal Indian Law will appreciate the introductory material which takes the form of a "conceptual glossary" providing working definitions of some Indian law.

Tribal Governmental Gaming Law: Cases and Materials is a law school casebook and compilation of primary source materials setting out the federal laws which regulate gaming conducted by various Indian tribal governments.

The casebook includes the National Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, the Committee Report, and attorney opinions from the Office of General Counsel of the National Indian Gaming Pages: Sep 23,  · A recent search of the Mid-Hudson Library System for books on Indian casinos yielded "Indian Gaming and Tribal Sovereignty, The Casino Compromise," (), University of Kansas Press, which promises much according to a back cover blurb: "Staying above the emotional fray usually surrounding this controversial subject, (the authors) succeed in Cited by: April 20, Subject: Functions of a Tribal Gaming Commission.

Functions of a Tribal Gaming Commission. INTRODUCTION/OVERVIEW. In response to numerous requests, the National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) is providing this Bulletin regarding the establishment and functions of tribal gaming commissions.

MPKGC attorneys advise tribal gaming commissions on a wide range of organizational, legal, and operational matters.

as well as with putting in place the internal mechanics for running an efficient and effective tribal governmental agency. development of tribal law and policy, disp Read More. The Indian Law & Gaming Practice Group provides strategic legal advice from the broad collective experience of attorneys throughout our firm.

We represent not only Indian tribal governments and Alaskan native entities on matters relating to sovereignty, economic development and governmental objectives, but also tribal corporations and affiliated entities, and the nontribal clients who work. The Tribal Law & Government Conference at the University of Kansas School of Law will discuss the legal issues surrounding Indian gaming throughout the United States and in Kansas, as well as provide a brief introduction to the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA).

Tribal Governmental Gaming Law: Cases and Materials. William Rice. Tribal Governmental Gaming Law: Cases and Materials is a law school casebook and compilation of primary source materials setting out the federal laws which regulate gaming conducted by various Indian tribal governments.

Aug 05,  · Do you want to remove all your recent searches. All recent searches will be deleted. The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (Pub.L. –, 25 U.S.C. § et seq.) is a United States federal law that establishes the jurisdictional framework that governs Indian texasbestchambers.com was no federal gaming structure before this act.

The stated purposes of the act include providing a legislative basis for the operation/regulation of Indian gaming, protecting gaming as a means of Enacted by: the th United States Congress.

Tribal Governmental Gaming Law Cases and Materials G. William Rice Associate Professor of Law Co-Director, Native American Law Center University of Tulsa College of Law Carolina Academic Press Durham, North Carolina rice 00 fmt cx1 11/21/06 PM Page iii.

The National Indian Law Library (NILL) of the Native American Rights Fund is a law library devoted to federal Indian and tribal law. NILL maintains an extensive collection of Indian law resources including nearly tribal codes. NILL also assists people with their Indian law-related research needs. NILL lists tribal codes on the Tribal Law.

Gambling and the Law®: Court Rules Tribal Casino Is Merely A Casino. The United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit, has declared that, at least for labor law, tribal casinos are to be treated exactly the same as casinos that are owned by private citizens.

Rice’s book Tribal Governmental Gaming Law (Carolina Academic Press, ) is the first law school casebook for use in Indian gaming law classes.

He contributed to the two latest revisions of Felix Cohen’s classic Indian law treatise, the Handbook of Federal Indian Law, and wrote extensively in the field of Indian law. Regularly called upon. James T. Meggesto is an attorney based in Holland & Knight's Washington, D.C., office and leader of the Native American Law texasbestchambers.com focuses his practice on legal matters involving Native American tribes, including issues involving policy and regulation, public law, tribal sovereignty, gaming and compact negotiation, project development, finance and litigation.

Nov 25,  · Tribal Governmental Gaming Law by G. William Rice Call Number: KFG35 R53 ISBN: the text flows through historical up to contemporary developments in American Indian Law. This book will serve as a useful supplement to classroom instruction covering tribal law, federal Indian law and tribal-state relations.

(Syndetics Author: Cynthia Condit. Similar to Indian Gaming and Tribal Sovereignty: The Casino Compromise, Walter Dale Mason’s Indian Gaming: Tribal Sovereignty and American Politics also enter into discussing the conflicts that have arisen within the Indian gaming world.

While the previous book primarily focused on providing a general overview of Indian gaming as a whole, Mason adheres to particular cases of tribes in Author: Miguel Douglas. The Economic Impact of Tribal Gaming: A State-by-State Analysis.

of the top 10 casino gaming revenue states include tribal gaming – California, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Florida, New York, Michigan, and Washington.

Despite its rapid growth, tribal gaming is still. Tribal Governmental gaming operations (several Tribes operate more than one facility) 28 states with Tribal Governmental gaming: (Class II or Class III) Tribal-State gaming compacts;plus jobs created – 75% held by non-Indians (In areas of high unemployment, 80% of Tribal governmental gaming employees are Indian).

Native American gaming has, in some instances, changed the face of tribal economies, but it has also proven to be very ineffective in other situations.

Although tribal victories over the governmental and cultural oppression in the s yielded a dynamic transformation, economic success fell .able), Oklahoma tribal governmental gaming output totaled $ billion—accounting for 3% of all private production in the Oklahoma economy.

Add to this an estimated $ billion of indirect impact from construction and operations, and tribal governmental gaming has a total annual economic impact sur.Mike McBride III is a trial, appellate and business lawyer with two decades of experience.

He is a sought-after and trusted advisor with extensive experience in gaming, federal Indian law, litigation and complex transactions. Mike has tried more than