Find Lawyers in Michigan, United States for Native American Law
Bill is a member of the Financial Services Practice Group and has significant experience in public financing, commercial and investment real estate lending and bankruptcy law. He represents financial institutions in a variety of commercial loans with Native American borrowers and has experience with related commercial lending issues such as waivers of sovereign immunity, submission to jurisdiction, governing law and trust lands.
Erika’s experience is diverse and includes American Indian Tribal law ranging from government services such as ordinance, code and regulatory drafting and enforcement, to both gaming and non-gaming economic development. Having experience in both the tribal government and tribal economic development sectors allows Erika to offer tribal business clients comprehensive counseling on organizational structure and strategic economic development. She is able to bridge the gap between tribal and...
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