Here are the materials in Mandan Hidatsa and Arikara Nation v. Dept. of Interior (D.D.C.):
The tribe’s press release:
Here is the opinion in State of Wyoming v. Zinke.
Here is the opinion in Protect Our Communities v. Jewell.
From the syllabus:
The panel affirmed the district court’s summary judgment in favor of federal agencies and officials and intervenor Tule Wind, LLC in an action challenging the Bureau of Land Management’s decision to grant a right-of-way on federal lands in southeast San Diego County, permitting Tule Wind to construct and operate a wind energy project.
Related lower court materials here.
Here are the materials in Estate of Redd v. Love (D. Utah):
This case arises out of Dr. James D. Redd’s tragic suicide the day after federal agents arrested him and his wife for trafficking in stolen Native American artifacts, theft of government property, and theft of tribal property. Dr. Redd’s Estate brought this Bivens action against Bureau of Land Management Agent Daniel Love. The Estate claims Agent Love violated Dr. Redd’s Fourth Amendment right to be free from the use of excessive force when Agent Love sent over fifty-three federal agents, many of whom were heavily armed and wearing bulletproof vests, to raid and search Dr. Redd’s home.
Agent Love moves for summary judgment, arguing qualified immunity shields him from the Estate’s claim. After careful consideration, the court grants Agent Love’s motion.
The estate previously survived a federal summary judgment motion, and those materials are here.