A logical attorney might conclude that the higher bet would be to sue in state court and a cure for a bigger judgment.

A logical attorney might conclude that the higher bet would be to sue in state court and a cure for a bigger judgment.

Fair to who?

One could be lured to think this will be an instance about fairness, about guaranteeing a forum for non-Indians to sue tribal workers who could be cloaked in a tribe’s resistance through the suit. In my experience, fairness to your Lewis few, but, comes at the cost of fairness into the tribe.

Recall that the tribe does offer a forum to eliminate injury that is personal against it in tribal court, however with a single 12 months limits duration. Under that law, the Mohegan tribal court has confirmed prizes against tribal cops; certainly, the tribe most likely has settled a large number of claims through the years. […]