Appleby Law PLLC Articles and Client Alerts

Nancy Appleby is a frequent speaker at, and author for, real property and federal Indian law conferences and symposia. Learn more about her recent appearances here and view past articles and presentations below. Please contact us if your firm or group would like to book such an event.

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Articles and Presentations

August 2015 — Best Practices When Working in Indian Country
National Industrial Sand Association

 

Just-August 2012 — Doing Business on Tribal Lands
The RMA Journal, Copyright 2012 by RMA

 

November 2011 — Doing Business in Indian Country — Know the Rules or Suffer the Consequences
The Niche Report Issue 052, November 2011

 

November 21, 2011— Tribal Sovereign Immunity: What It Is and Why You Should Care
New Jersey Law Journal Vol. 206 N0. 8

 

October 24, 2011 — Doing Business in Indian Country — Five Questions to Consider Before Entering into a Contract with a Tribe
The Recorder; 134RD Year No. 10

 

May 2011— Financial Assistance Programs: Working Successfully with Your Lender
Annual New Mexico Native American Economic Summit

 

July 2011 — Presentation: Acquiring Land to Support Tribal Energy Development

Client Alerts

Indian Law Alert #9:
The Supreme Court Speaks on Tribal Sovereign Immunity: Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community

 

Indian Law Alert #8:
Surface Leasing Regulation Reform: Final Rule

 

Indian Law Alert #7:
Good News This Week for Business in Indian Country!

 

Indian Law Alert #6:
Fee-to-Trust Land Transfers – Unfortunate Uncertainty

 

Indian Law Alert #5:
Proposed reform of federal surface leasing regulations for American Indian lands held in trust by the United States

 

Indian Law Alert #4:
The Continuing Importance of Waivers of Sovereign Immunity

 

Indian Law Alert #3:
Lessons From The Federal Branch

 

Indian Law Alert #2:
A Reminder About Federal Approvals…

 

Indian Law Alert #1:
Smokin’ Joe Frazier Gets a Lesson in Indian Law

 

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