N.D. Top Court Sends Cherokee Nation Case Back for Sovereign Immunity Review
Bismarck, ND (WorkersCompensation.com) – Whether an arm of the Cherokee Nation could be sued by the state for unpaid workers’ compensation insurance premiums depended on whether the state’s sovereign immunity applied.
According to North Dakota’s highest court in State of North Dakota v. Cherokee Services Group LLC, No. 20200166 (N.D. 02/18/21), that question needed further review by an administrative law judge before a decision could be made.
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