Sovereign immunity does not shield a company controlled by the Lower Brule Indian tribe from discovery requests in a lawsuit over a botched loan purchase deal, though the company may be able to assert sovereign immunity later in the case, a Manhattan judge has ruled.
Lower Brule Told to Comply With Discovery to Determine If Tribe Has Sovereign Immunity
New York Law Journal
January 17, 2013
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