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In 1990, attorneys from the firm litigated the first state case finding that a former Five Tribes restricted allotment was a “dependent Indian community” and that state courts had no jurisdiction to evict an Indian housing authority homebuyer, which resulted in the establishment of the CFR court system in Eastern Oklahoma.

Programs & Services

High quality programs in healthcare, education, child welfare, law enforcement and legal services are vital to the advancement and personal well-being of Indian and Alaska Native people. The programs and services are varied and each is critical to the communities they serve. Hobbs Straus works with tribal governments in a variety of capacities to ensure these federal programs and services are properly funded and administered.

Practice Area Concentrations


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