Understand Indian Law Before Entering Into Business Transactions with Native American Tribes

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Doing Business with Native American Tribes

Since its creation, the federal government has contracted with and passed laws affecting the self-determination of Native Americans. State governments have also entered into agreements or “compacts” with tribes, typically involving gaming and taxes on products and services offered by tribal entities. These laws and agreements have created significant opportunities for private entities to do business with Native American tribes and on reservation land in many areas, including real estate, natural resources, retail and commercial enterprises, as well as tourism and entertainment. Continue reading

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2018 Brings Changes to California’s Labor and Employment Laws: Part Two of a Three Part Series

New legislation regarding labor and employment laws in California became effective on January 1, 2018. Several laws address parental leave, hiring practices, gender discrimination and harassment, wages, workplace safety and workers’ compensation. Here is a brief overview of noteworthy changes in the legislation for employers: Continue reading

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