Comparing the Native American Tribal Appeal Process to State and Federal Appeals

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Course Description

Live Webcast – March 23, 2021

  • 8:00-9:00am PT / 9:00-10:00am MT / 10:00-11:00am CT / 11:00-12:00pm ET

During this presentation, we will dive into the the appellate process in Native American Tribal Appeals Court and compare it to the appellate process in State and Federal Appeals Courts.

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Attorney Gregory D. SmithGregory D. Smith
Ken is a seasoned litigator, tireless advocate and trusted advisor to his clients. His practice focuses on government investigations and enforcement matters, qui tam defense and False Claims Act litigation, white collar criminal defense, healthcare regulatory and compliance counseling, and complex commercial litigation. Until 2018, Ken served as Chief of Healthcare Fraud for the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York, Civil Division. In his ten years as an Assistant United States Attorney, Ken litigated and resolved some of the Eastern District’s most significant fraud matters, successfully tried several cases and argued numerous cases before the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Ken supervised more than twenty AUSAs handling healthcare fraud matters and oversaw a diverse practice group that included cases against pharmaceutical companies, laboratories, hospital systems, home health agencies, physician practice groups, medical device companies, billing entities and individual physicians

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Course Agenda

  1. A short history lesson on Tribal Courts
  2. Do Tribal Appellate courts deserve respect? (Judges backgrounds)
  3. Common structures for Tribal Appellate Courts and the US Court of Indian Appeals
  4. Similarities amongst Tribal, State and Federal Appellate Courts
  5. Differences between Tribal Appellate Courts and their State/Federal counterparts
  6. Tribal Appellate Courts and the US Supreme Court
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