Two Big Fire Law & Policy Group LLP Attorneys Listed in the 2021 Edition of Best Lawyers in America
Big Fire Law & Policy Group LLP is pleased to announce that the 2021 edition of Best Lawyers in America includes two attorneys from Big Fire Law & Policy Group LLP. For the 2nd consecutive year, Big Fire Law has had attorneys listed in the guide.
Upcoming Virtual Tribal Consultation on Operation Lady Justice
On November 26, 2019, the President launched an initiative between the United States Departments of Justice and the Interior to address violence against Native people.
Access to the Ballot Box-Client Alert
2020 has been a year full of terrible surprises. What shouldn’t surprise us is the presidential election which comes around every four years. As the Original People of the United States, Indian Country needs to make their voices heard.
Lakota Victory! Tribes Stop the Flow of Oil in Dakota Access Pipeline
U.S. District Court Judge James Boasberg has ordered that the Dakota Access Pipeline (“DAPL”) must be shut down and emptied of oil by August 5, 2020, a monumental victory for the Tribes who have been fighting the pipeline since 2016.
Tribe Fights Back Against Retaliation for Protecting People from COVID-19 Pandemic in Suit Against President and Federal Officials
The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe today filed suit against President Donald Trump, Chief of Staff Mark Meadows. Dr. Deborah Birx, and other federal officials for abusing federal authority to force the Tribe to dismantle health checkpoints the Tribe uses to screen people for COVID-19 coming onto their reservation in central South Dakota.
Ho-Chunk Farms, owned by the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska, partners with Big Fire Law & Policy Group LLP to develop a Tribal Hemp Code to grow Hemp in 2020
Ho-Chunk Farms, owned by the Tribe’s Economic Development Corporation, will start growing and cultivating hemp. Ho-Chunk, Inc’s mission has been to drive the socio-economic development of the Winnebago people through […]
Arizona Appeals Board Reverses Economic Security Department’s Ruling on Liability for Arizona Unemployment Insurance
Arizona Appeals Board reversed the Economic Security Department’s ruling that a business was liable for Arizona Unemployment Insurance (UI) taxes under A.R.S.