Labor and Employment Law in Indian Country (2011)by Kaighn Smith, Jr.
Drummond Woodsum is pleased to announce the publication of a new book by Kaighn Smith, Jr., published jointly with the firm and the Native American Rights Fund.
Labor and Employment Law in Indian Country provides a comprehensive overview of the law governing labor and employment relations in Indian country. This is a growing, controversial, and complex area of law, implicating fundamental principles of tribal sovereignty at every turn. Current and up-to-date, Labor and Employment Law in Indian Country is a must read for anyone involved in Indian affairs today.
The author, Drummond Woodsum attorney, Kaighn Smith Jr., represents Indian tribes in tribal, state, and federal courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court. He has assisted tribes in enacting, implementing, and defending some of the first comprehensive labor and employment laws in Indian country. Drummond Woodsum has a full service national Indian law practice, serving tribes in all aspects of litigation, labor relations, and economic development. The firm is of counsel with Kanji & Katzen, which maintains offices in Ann Arbor and Seattle.