The Nation’s Largest Majority Native Woman-Owned Law Firm Secures Dismissal of Suit Challenging Winnebago Tribe’s Proposed Lincoln, Nebraska Casino
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As a Paralegal with Big Fire Law & Policy Group LLP, you will provide paralegal support to our team on a variety of matters primarily in our government affairs and public policy practice group, with litigation paralegal support at times. The work requires professionalism, initiative, accuracy, discretion, and confidentiality.
As a Paralegal with Big Fire Law & Policy Group LLP, you will provide paralegal support to our team on a variety of matters primarily in our corporate transactional practice group, with litigation paralegal support at times. The work requires professionalism, initiative, accuracy, discretion, and confidentiality.
Big Fire Law & Policy Group is seeking candidates for its Summer 2022 Associate Program in both of our office locations: (1) Omaha, Nebraska; and (2) Winnebago, Nebraska. We will be hiring three total Summer Associates with two Summer Associates in Omaha and one in Winnebago. Please specify your desire to work in the litigation practice group or the transaction practice group. Also, please specify which office location is your preference.
Big Fire Law & Policy Group LLP is seeking candidates with at least 5 years of Employment Law experience to join our Firm. The right candidate will have the opportunity to work on cases in a variety of areas including wrongful termination, discrimination and wage and hour matters, workers compensation, contracts, harassment claims, advising on HR policies, and compliance with the law relating to the formation and cessation of employee relationships.
Big Fire Law & Policy Group LLP, a fast-growing and award-winning nationally recognized law firm focusing on the legal needs of tribal governments and tribal business entities. We are seeking a skilled and motivated team member to join our high-energy and dynamic law firm as a Law Firm Billing Assistant. In this position, you will […]
Members of the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Tribes, the Winnebago Tribe, the Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians, and the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Lead Innovative Tribal Advocacy Firm OMAHA, October 26, 2021 – Big Fire Law and Policy Group was honored to be the recipient of the 2021 Reisman Award for […]
In March, the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 became law. Congress allocated $20 billion to Indian tribes in tribal fiscal recovery funding
(“TFRF”) to be administered by the U.S. Department of the Treasury
(“Treasury”). Treasury recently announced another extension of dates for tribal submissions which may also delay recovery payments.
Today in a 7-2 decision, the Supreme Court rejected a challenge to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) which notably includes the Indian Health Care Improvement Act (“IHCIA”). In California v. Texas, several states challenged the “individual mandate” provision which requires all citizens to have insurance coverage.
On June 2, 2021, the U.S. District Court for the District of South Dakota ruled that the State of South Dakota is not entitled to hold a Fourth of July fireworks spectacle that would endanger people, the environment, and Lakota sacred sites in the Black Hills. The State and Governor Kristi Noem had sued to challenge the National Park Service’s (“NPS”) decision to deny a permit for the potentially disastrous July Fourth fireworks display