Drummond Woodsum has an 11-lawyer national Indian law group experienced in delivering a comprehensive range of legal services to Indian tribes and tribal business entities. Our Indian law attorneys have been representing tribes since 1983, and collectively have over 100 years of experience working with tribes. Drummond Woodsum’s Indian lawyers are nationally recognized, and are included in all independent guides to the best lawyers in the country. We generally work as Special Counsel in concert with local or in-house counsel to our tribal clients, and take pride in promptly delivering the highest quality legal advice in a cost-efficient manner.
Adding depth to our Indian law practice, Drummond Woodsum’s business and commercial attorneys have the expertise and extensive experience to provide a full spectrum of business legal services to Indian tribes, tribal enterprises, and select developers, lenders and other businesses operating in Indian Country. Drummond Woodsum represents some of the country’s largest corporations, small businesses and start-up companies, national and state financial institutions, Indian tribal enterprises, municipalities, school districts, utilities and individuals.
Drummond Woodsum’s work with tribal business entities includes:
Our Indian Country clients can draw upon an interdisciplinary team of Drummond Woodsum attorneys with distinct areas of expertise, bringing to our Indian practice the benefit of deep and specialized experience in key areas of the law:
By drawing on the specialized skills of individual attorneys within our various service groups, we promptly respond to the specific needs of each client as they arise, with high caliber legal service and with an eye to the financial realities of the particular transaction or case.
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