Here is the petition in Club One Casino Inc. v. Bernhardt:
Club One Petition for Writ of Certiorari
Lower court materials here and here.
Here are the materials in Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe v. Terwilliger (D.S.D.):
176 State Post Trial Brief
177 Tribe Post Trial Brief
186 Opinion and Order
On remand from the Eighth Circuit here.
Here is the order in Sipp v. Buffalo Thunder Inc.:
36924 and 38636 Certification Order (FINAL)
The question certified:
[W]hether the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA), 25 U.S.C. §§ 2701-2721 (2018), permits tribes and states to contract in Tribal-State Class III Gaming Compacts to shift jurisdiction over certain matters to state courts.
Here is the opinion in Club One Casino, Inc. v. Bernhardt.
And here is the opinion in Stand Up for California! v. Dept. of the Interior.
Here is today’s order list.
Cert stage materials in Noem v. Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe.
Here is the petition in Rogers County Board of Tax Roll Corrections v. Video Gaming Technologies, Inc.:
20200514142407520_Petition for Writ of Certiorari
20200514142428474_Appendix for Petition for Writ of Certiorari
Whether a generally applicable state ad valorem tax, as assessed against personal property owned by a non-Indian, out-of-state corporate entity and leased to a tribe for use in its casino operations, is preempted by the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act and the Court’s “particularized inquiry” balancing test, see White Mountain Apache Tribe v. Bracker, 448 U.S. 136 (1980), where the tax does not infringe on any federal regulatory purpose contained in the IGRA, the tax does not interfere with any tribal sovereignty interests, and the tax supports relevant and important government interests, such as law enforcement, schools and health services.
Lower court decision here.
Tulsa County Assessor Amicus Brief
Cert Opp Brief
Here is the order in Fort Sill Apache Tribe v. National Indian Gaming Commission (D.D.C.):
137 DCT Order
Here is the petition in Noem v. Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe:
Does the Bracker test currently serve as a consistent and predictable rule of law in light of the exponential expansion of Indian gaming since 1988 and the fiscal demands the industry now places on state budgets?
Lower court materials here.