Appeals court appears skeptical of assault on tribal financing procedure

Appeals court appears skeptical of assault on tribal financing procedure

Over 40 moments of arguments in a loaded hearing space, judges in the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals over and over over and over over and over repeatedly mentioned precedents and maxims that have verified that tribes and their entities cannot be sued without their permission, or unless Congress does it for them in an obvious and fashion that is unambiguous. That proposed these were trained from the primary problem in Williams v. Big Picture Loans — whether a tribally-owned financing procedure enjoys sovereign resistance as an “arm” associated with the tribe. Continue reading “Appeals court appears skeptical of assault on tribal financing procedure”