Doing Business with Indian Tribes and Tribal Enterprises
Created on February 27, 2017
This presentation provides a brief introduction to doing business with Native American and Alaska Native tribes and tribal enterprises. It focuses on key federal statutes affecting employment, contracting, and other commercial interactions; delegated federal power to tribes to manage and run environmental and other federal statutory programs, and how tribes use their inherent sovereign authority to regulate and adjudicate matters involving their own members and non-Indians.
This session, led by attorney Troy Eid, covers basic contracting and examines best practices for addressing tribal sovereign immunity, dispute resolution, business, regulatory and taxation matters, and ethical considerations that frequently arise when companies and individuals deal with tribes and tribally owned companies and other commercial entities.
Identify the Federal statutes that affect employment, contracting, and commercial interactions with Native American and Alaska Native Tribes
Discuss basic contracting with tribes
Recognize best practices for doing business with Indian Tribes and Tribal Enterprises
Understand how tribes use their inherent sovereign authority to regulate and adjudicate matters involving their own members and non-Indians
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