Here are the materials in Eaglesun Systems Products Inc. v. Association of Village Council Presidents (N.D. Okla.):
Now before the Court are the following motions: Defendant’s Motion to Dismiss (Dkt. # 22), Plaintiff’s Motion to Strike (Dkt. # 27), and Plaintiff’s Motion for Jurisdictional Discovery (Dkt. # 36). Defendant Association of Village Council Presidents (AVCP) argues that it has sovereign immunity from suit because all of its members are federally-recognized Indian tribes and AVCP was created to provide governmental services for its members. Plaintiff Eaglesun Systems Products, Inc. responds that AVCP is a non-profit corporation organized under state law, and it is not entitled to sovereign immunity as an Indian tribe or as a tribal organization. Plaintiff also requests leave to conduct jurisdictional discovery before the Court rules on defendant’s motion to dismiss.