Category Archives: Indian Law

The State of North Carolina is hosting a reception for historically underutilized businesses on June 18th at the Governor’s Mansion in Raleigh. The program will give contractors a chance to build business relationships with State Agency Project Managers, to learn … Continue reading

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I received a call today with a question about the law of negligence in Cherokee. I thought I would share the info: Unlike the rest of North Carolina, the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians has adopted Comparative Negligence (Cherokee Code … Continue reading

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