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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.

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2017-02-23

W.Gregory Guedel has joined the Oklahoma City Office of Hobbs Straus

HOBBS, STRAUS, DEAN & WALKER, LLP

Is Pleased to Announce

that

W. Gregory Guedel

Has joined the Firm’s Oklahoma City Office

as

Of Counsel

November 1, 2016

Hobbs, Straus, Dean & Walker, LLP

101 Park Avenue, Suite 700

Oklahoma City, OK, 73102

GGuedel@hobbsstraus.com

We encourage you to review two important Indian law articles

authored by Greg and published this month:

"Capital, Inequality, and Self-Determination: Creating a Sovereign

Financial System for Native American Nations"


University of Oklahoma’s American Indian Law Review

AND

"Assessing Political Economy in Native American Nations"

Seattle University’s American Indian Law Journal

Available Documents for Download
20161219 Gregory W Guedel Announcement (2).pdf


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