Native youth have suffered the highest rate of caregiver loss from the pandemic—4.5 times higher than that of White children. This means that 1 of every 168 Native children have lost their primary caregivers to COVID, as compared with 1 of every 310 Black children, 1 of every 412 Hispanic children, and 1 in every 753 White children.
Thanks to Fred Fisher to sending this on to us.
Menominee Opening Brief
Other briefs TK
Lower court materials here.
Here are the materials in Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation v. Factory Mutual Ins. Co. (Conn. Super. Ct.):
Motion to Strike Complaint
Superior Court Order
Here are the materials in Mohawk Gaming Enterprises LLC v. Affiliated FM Insurance Co. (N.D. N.Y.):
18-1 Mohawk MSJ
19-1 Affiliated Response
23 Mohawk Reply
27 Affiliated Reply
32 DCT Order
The complaint is here.
Registration is now open for the NAICJA 51st Annual National Tribal Judicial and Personnel VIRTUAL Conference.
“Tribal Court Justice in 2020: Tribal Court Resiliency, Change and Shaping Law”
Attendees will experience top-notch training in three tracks: Lessons from COVID-19, Resources for Court Clerks and Legal and Judicial Skills.
In process of applying for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits.
NAICJA Conference Website.
NAICJA Register Now Poster.