2018 Sovereign Immunity News Stories

Casinos on every corner? No! How Carpenter v. Murphy affects tribal sovereignty (Indian Country Today) 12/20/18 (See Carpenter v. Murphy)

Winnebago Tribe defends sovereignty in dispute with state officials (Indianz) 12/11/18 (See Ho-Chunk, Inc. v. Sessions)

Next stop for Tribe's PTAB sovergeign immunity case could be Supreme Court (BioCentury) 10/23/18 (See Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe v. Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc.)

Seven states urge Fed Circuit to rehear tribal immunity case (LSIPR) 9/10/18

Mohawk Tribe and Allergan seek en banc hearing in Restasis case (LSIPR) 8/21/18

U.S. Court rejects Allergan bid to shield patents through tribe deal (New York Times) 7/20/18 (See Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe v. Mylan Pharmaceuticals INC.)

Tribe taking steps to 'ramp up' drug patent business (Drug Delivery Business) 5/22/18

Justices punt decision on land dispute with tribe (Courthouse News Service) 5/21/18 (See Lundgren v. Upper Skagit Indian Tribe)

Mohawk Tribe wins stay from Federal Circuit (PLI) 5/7/18

High Court grapples with Tribe's sovereign immunity (Court House News) 3/21/18

Senators introduce bill to abrogate tribal sovereign immunity (Patent Docs) 3/14/18 (See 115th Congress S.2514)

Tribal sovereign immunity does not apply to PTAB proceedings (iam) 3/7/18

Update: Allergan denied dismissal of patent challenges for dry eye medication Restasis by U.S. patent board (Morning Star) 2/26/18

Payday lenders partner with Native American tribes to circumvent consumer protection laws (KJZZ) 2/2/18

Indian Country News: The Cherokee Nation vs. Big Pharma (High Country News) 1/20/18

Fighting to win: The Haida's advice to Water Protectors in the U.S. (Pacific Standard) 1/17/18

Navajo President calls for national recognition of tribal sovereignty (Lake Powell News) 1/16/18

Republicans stir drama by adding controversial Tribal Labor Sovereignty Act to unrelated bill (Indianz) 1/11/18 (See 115th Congress H.R.986, S.140, S.249)



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