AmLawDaily Coverage of Foxwoods Restructuring Deal

Here.

An excerpt:

Though Yoon won’t say if Weil is handling other Indian casino matters, there is likely be more such work for some work to snap up in the not-too-distant future. Moody’s downgraded its ratings on several Indian-owned casino bonds earlier this year, issuing a “probability of default” rating on $200 million worth of notes tied to a Sacramento  casino operated by the Buena Vista band of the Me-Wuk Indian tribe and a similar warning on $300 million in notes connected to a Washington State casino operated by the Snoqualmie Tribe.

Snoqualmie Tribal Leadership Dispute in Federal Court

Here is the news article. An excerpt:

A federal judge might be the last hope for banished members of the Snoqualmie Tribe who appeared in court Tuesday in their effort to regain tribal membership.

U.S. District Court Judge James L. Robart said he would issue a written ruling later as to whether the case is even properly before him or should be dismissed.

Only then — if he rules in favor of the banished members — would he get to the merits of the case.

And here are the materials:

petition-for-writ-of-habeas-corpus

snoqualmie-rule-19-motion-to-dismiss [!!!]

snoqualmie-motion-to-dismiss

plaintiffs-response-to-motion-to-dismiss

snoqualmie-reply-brief