Online Town Hall ‘What Indian landowners need to know about statutes, regulations & case law’
January 25 @ 5:00 pm CST
The basics: What Indian landowners need to know about statutes, regulations & case law
Sometimes it seems like landowners need to be lawyers to understand all of the rules and regulations involved with owning and managing Indian land. The legal environment surrounding Indian lands is certainly complex, but there is some basic background information that will help landowners with the overall framework.
ILTF will host a one-hour online Town Hall on Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2022 at 6 p.m. (Central Time) where participants will have the opportunity to hear from experts on selected statutes, regulations and court cases involving Indian land. There will be ample opportunity for participants to ask questions of the presenters during the online session. The Town Hall is free but participants will need to register in advance.
Marcella Giles is a Muscogee Creek citizen and lawyer who specializes in oil and gas leases as well as serving as a managing director of the Indian Land Working Group. While Giles has lived and worked in Washington D.C., she has also served as attorney general for the Seminole and Creek Nations of Oklahoma.
Click here to register for the Town Hall.