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Hobbs Straus litigated a case establishing the right of a tribal organization to contract under Public Law 93-638 in a service area that was not a "reservation" in Rapid City Indian Health Board v. IHS, IBIA No. 97-100-A.

Finance

  • Provide counsel to tribal governments and tribal business entities on financial options and securing funding.
  • Knowledge and understanding of the subtleties of local tribal law and tribal custom, federal Indian law, and federal tax and securities laws.
  • Provide counsel to underwriters.
  • Coordinate and manage financial transactions, including:
    • General obligation bonds
    • Revenue bonds
    • Loans
    • Lease financing
    • Short-term obligations
    • Letters of credit
    • Lines of credit
  • Assist with financing, re-financing and expansions for:
    • Casinos
    • Hotels
    • Tribal museums
    • Gaming machines
    • Land acquisition
    • Vehicles (tax exempt)
    • Tribal administration buildings (tax exempt)
  • Provide counsel and assistance with project development including:
    • Competitive bidding
    • Procurement
    • Environmental issues
    • Planning and zoning issues
    • Tribal elections
    • Gaming issues
    • Tax issues


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