Since 1976, the firm has represented Alaska Native Corporations in every region of Alaska, in matters arising under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA), the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act (ANILCA) and other federal land management statutes; land development and management, including timber and mining; permitting and environmental compliance; tax; mergers, acquisitions and real estate transactions in and outside Alaska; government contracting; joint ventures; and corporate governance.
The firm also represents tribes, including traditional and IRA councils, Regional Native housing authorities, tribal health and social service organizations, Native non-profit 501(c)(3) foundations and ANCSA settlement trusts.
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- 2022 Alaska Native Case Law Update
- Anchorage Superior Court Concludes Two-Year Statute of Limitations Applies to Challenges of ANC Stock Inheritance Determinations
- Alaska Sites with Offensive Word to be Renamed
- Proposed Changes Put Alaska Native Burial and Cultural Sites at Risk
- United States Supreme Court Upholds Alaska Native Corporations’ Eligibility for Coronavirus Relief Funds
- New Solicitor’s Opinion Affirms Authority of Interior Secretary to Make Trust Acquisitions in Alaska
- New Solicitor’s Opinion Questions Authority of Interior Secretary to Put Land into Trust in Alaska
- Alaska Supreme Court Clarifies What Constitutes a Proxy Solicitation in Ahmasuk Decision
- Shareholder Access to Corporation Records
- Amendment of ANCSA Proxy Regulations
- Looking Back to Go Forward: The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act and The Future of Tribal Jurisdiction in Alaska