Here are the materials in Fredericks v. Dept. of the Interior (D.D.C.):
Here are the materials so far in Hall v. Tesoro High Plains Gas Co. LLC (D.N.D.):
Here are materials in a related case, Chase v. Andeavor Logistics LP (W.D. Tex.):
Here is the opinion in United States v. Bear.
The court’s syllabus:
Defendant's argument that New Town, where his crime occurred, is not part of the Fort Berthold Reservation is rejected, and the district court did not err in determining that defendant was properly subject to federal prosecution.
Here is the opinion in Fredericks v. Fredericks. An excerpt:
Lyndon Fredericks appeals, and Bole Resources, LLC, and others (“Bole defendants”) cross-appeal from a judgment declaring the district court had subject-matter jurisdiction over the action, reforming a quit claim mineral deed, quieting title in the mineral interests in Paul Fredericks, and ordering Lyndon Fredericks to pay the Bole defendants damages plus interest and their attorney fees. Because we conclude the district court correctly ruled it had subject-matter jurisdiction, its findings of fact are not clearly erroneous, and it did not abuse its discretion, we affirm.
Here are the materials so far Paradigm Energy Partners LLC v. Fox (D.N.D.):