A divided state Court of Appeals said that it could find no basis in federal or state law to support the argument that a corporate entity of an American tribe, in this case a subsidiary the Seneca Nation of Indians created to build a golf course at its western New York casino, is protected from suit by its nation's sovereign immunity.
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