Over the past several decades, Barnhouse Keegan Solimon & West and its member attorneys have been engaged in a wide variety of civil litigation in federal, state and tribal courts, including the United States Supreme Court. These cases, often precedent-setting, have involved land claims, quiet title actions, rights-of-way, land use, water rights adjudications, Indian education, Indian health, tribal government and sovereignty, business and commercial litigation and employment rights.
Among our success stories is the defense of a client and his Indian-owned tobacco business. The business had been sued by the City of New York on a Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act claim. We litigated the case in federal district court, the Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court, ultimately prevailing.
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