Professor Rose quoted in expansive article on Indian casinos and reservation shopping in California

California Lawyer, September 2014, September 1, 2014


“It’s an interesting question that’s never really been asked before,” says Whittier Law School Professor I. Nelson Rose, a widely recognized gaming law expert. “But it is basically a mere technicality. The [Graton] land has been removed from the tax rolls. The gaming compact has been signed by the governor. There is the consent [to cede jurisdiction.]” The parties, Rose concludes, “didn’t use the word ‘sovereign,’ but everyone knew what was going on with that piece of land.”

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