Powers Principal, Paul Moorehead, presented at the Tribal Tax and Economic Development Strategy Roundtable for Interested Tribal Leaders & Tribal Representatives Roundtable at the Indian Gaming Association on Thursday, October 27th. Paul discussed issues affecting commerce, especially as they relate to Indian Tribal Regulatory Reform and Business Development Act of 2000 and the Native American Business Development, Trade Promotion and Tourism Act of 2000 Implementation.
The Indian Gaming Association protects and preserves the general welfare of tribes striving for self-sufficiency through gaming enterprises in Indian Country.
Paul is a principal in the Powers Indian Tribal Governments practice. He focuses exclusively on Federal Indian law and policy. A former chief counsel and staff director to the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, Paul has decades of experience with Indian law, including appropriations, commercial transactions, energy and natural resources development, trust reform, environmental protection, gaming, healthcare and telemedicine, housing and infrastructure development, tribal self-governance, taxation, and Indian land and water rights settlements.