Anthony Broadman is quoted by Law360 today in "States Vent Frustration On Vendors In Tribal Compact Rows."
“They can’t target the tribal gaming authority itself, so what do they do? They go after the only conceivable regulatory nexus they have, and that’s with non-Indians working on the reservation,” Broadman said. . . .
“It’s a pretty old page from a pretty old playbook,” he added.
Anthony Broadman is a founding partner of Galanda Broadman, PLLC. Practicing out of Galanda Broadman's Bend, Oregon office, Anthony focuses on company-critical business litigation and representing tribal governments in public affairs, taxation, and economic development matters.