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Insuring Indian Country: The Intersection of Tort, Insurance, and Federal Indian Law: by Gabriel S. Galanda

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Indian tribes are legally different from other public and private parties. Tribal governments and businesses, insurance professionals, and lawyers need to understand Indian legal concepts when insurance policies are being written, not when litigation is imminent. Published in The Brief, Volume 35, No. 1, Fall 2005, ? 2005 by ...

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Indian tribes are legally different from other public and private parties. Tribal governments and businesses, insurance professionals, and lawyers need to understand Indian legal concepts when insurance policies are being written, not when litigation is imminent. Published in The Brief, Volume 35,...
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