Cherokee Nation v. Nash Argument Rescheduled to May 5, 2014

Here is the minute order:

MINUTE ORDER: The hearing set to take place on April 28, 2014, is RESCHEDULED to take place on Monday, May 5, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. in Courtroom 25A before Judge Thomas F. Hogan. Signed by Judge Thomas F. Hogan on April 2, 2014. (lctfh2)

Updated and Complete Summary Judgment Briefs in Cherokee Freedman Case

Here are the materials in Cherokee Nation v. Nash (D.D.C.):

233 Cherokee Nation Brief

234 Federal Defendants – Expert Report in Support of Partial Summary Judgment

Exhibit 3 Federal Defendants Motion and Memo In Support – Cross Motion for Partial Summary Judgment and Opposition to Cherokee Motion

235-1 Cherokee Freedmen Brief

235-3 Exhibits

239 Cherokee Nation Reply

243 Federal Defendants’ Reply to Cherokee Opposition to Cross-Motion for Partial Summary Judgment

243-1 Ex 1 to Federal Reply Brief

243-2 Ex 2 to Federal Reply Brief

244 Cherokee Freedmen Reply

Oral argument set for April 28, 2014.

Summary Judgment Briefs in Cherokee Freedmen Matter

Here are the filings (so far) in Cherokee Nation v. Nash (D.D.C.):

233 Cherokee Nation Brief

234 Federal Defendants – Expert Report in Support of Partial Summary Judgment

Exhibit 3 Federal Defendants Motion and Memo In Support – Cross Motion for Partial Summary Judgment and Opposition to Cherokee Motion

235-1 Cherokee Freedmen Brief

235-3 Exhibits

 

Judge Hogan Sets Cherokee Freedmen Oral Argument for April 29, 2014

Here:

2013-09-17 Order Granting Joint Motion for Order Setting Briefing Schedule for Summary Judgment on Core Issue

 

Briefing Schedule in Cherokee Freedmen Case (Now in D.C. Federal District Court)

Here:

2013-09-13 Joint Motion for Order Setting Briefing Schedule for Summary Judgment on Core Issue and Staying Case on All Other Matters

Oklahoma Federal Court Transfers Cherokee Freedmen Suit to D.C. District Court

Here:

2013-08-19 Order Re-Transferring Case to DC

Materials later. It’s lunchtime.:

DCT Order Denying Motion to Transfer — 3-15-13

Cherokee Freedmen Motion to Reconsider

Cherokee Nation Opposition

Interior Response in Support of Motion

Cherokee Freedmen Reply

Cherokee Nation Reply to Interior

Update in Vann v. Interior & Cherokee Nation v. Nash

The Cherokee Nation has voluntarily dismissed their claims against the feds in Cherokee Nation v. Nash:

Cherokee nation vs nash order 8 21 2012 feds

The feds have an outstanding counterclaim against the Nation and so they remain parties.

In the D.C. Circuit appeal, Vann v. Interior, here is Vann’s reply brief:

2012-08-30 Reply Brief of Appellants Marilyn Vann et al

Prior briefs are here.