Here is the unpublished opinion in Eglise Baptiste Bethanie De Ft. Lauderdale, Inc. v. Seminole Tribe of Florida. (PDF)
Lower court materials here.
Here are the materials in Asker v. Seminole Tribe of Florida (S.D. Fla.):
Download materials in the matter of U.S. v. Jim et al, 14-cv-22441 (D. Fla. 8/24/16):
Link to previous posts about government’s tax dispute with Miccosukee Tribe here.
Here is the complaint in Perez v. Seminole Tribe of Florida (S.D. Fla.):
Here is the opinion in Seminole Tribe of Florida v. Stranburg. An excerpt:
Benjamin Franklin said, “[I]n this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” He was almost right. As this case illustrates, even taxes are not certain when it comes to matters affecting Indian tribes. In this appeal, we consider whether Florida’s Rental Tax and Florida’s Utility Tax, as applied to matters occurring on Seminole Tribe lands, violate the tenets of federal Indian law. For the reasons that follow, we find that the Utility Tax as it involves activities on Tribe land does not, but the Rental Tax does.