Area of focus

Native Americans

Our work in Indian Country focuses on project development on tribal lands and the management of tribal resources. Through representation of the tribes themselves, or non-Native partners in the construction of infrastructure on tribal lands, we engage tribal leaders and their trustees at the Bureau of Indian Affairs. The goal is to secure for Native Americans and their allies the economic benefits of appropriate development.

We have helped with the licensing of a clean energy generating station on tribal land, the...

Representative experience

Represent California’s largest tribe in the Congress and the executive branch across all of its resource-related concerns.

Advised tribe in Pacific Northwest in support of dam removal project, funding of associated infrastructure, and restoration of native salmon population.

Counseled private university in disposition of Native American artifacts, with cooperation of tribal recipients and NPS under Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act.

Representing Hawaiian Native educational institution in defense of its chartered mission.

Hogan Lovells Publications

Mining does not mean what you think it means: United States v. Osage Wind, LLC

“Inconceivable!” That, of course, is Vizzini’s repeated exclamation of Princess Bride fame. But perhaps just as memorable is Inigo Montoya’s quizzical response:...

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