Monthly Archives: October 2015

Jessie Stomski Seim receives prestigious NCAIED 2015 40 Under 40 award

Hogen Adams is proud to announce that the National Center for American Indian Economic Development (NCAIED) has named Senior Associate Jessie Stomski Seim to its 2015 class of “Native American 40 Under 40” award recipients. Each year, the NCAIED selects 40 individuals from a nationwide pool of nominees under the age of 40 who have demonstrated leadership, initiative, and dedication and made significant contributions in business and their community. NCAIED will honor this year’s award recipients at a gala at the Reservation Economic Summit (RES) New Mexico, taking place from November 16-19 at Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Learn more about Jessie here, and learn more about NCAIED’s 40 under 40 award, as well as the list of this year’s recipients, here.

Jessica Intermill to speak at upcoming Tribal In-house Counsel Association conference

jintermillFounding Member Jessica Intermill will speak at the inaugural conference of the Tribal In-house Counsel Association (TICA) about best practices for drafting tribal codes and regulations. The TICA conference is sponsored by the Michigan State University Indigenous Law & Policy Center. It will take place on November 5-6 at the MSU Law School in conjunction with MSU’s 12th annual Indigenous Law Conference. Learn more about the event here.


Western District of Wisconsin Grants Relief from 1991 Judgment, Allowing Tribes to Hunt Deer at Night in Ceded Territory

Last week the Western District of Wisconsin ruled that Wisconsin Chippewa tribes may exercise their treaty rights to hunt deer at night in ceded territory covering the northern one-third of Wisconsin. The decision comes after a generation of litigation.

Hogen Adams of-counsel Colette Routel led the litigation team before the Western District of Wisconsin and the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. Hogen Adams attorney Peter Rademacher also worked on the case at both the trial and appellate level, while he attended William Mitchell College of Law.

The decision is available here.

An article on the case is available here.

Jessica Intermill and Jessie Stomski Seim co-author Indian law article for Minnesota Bench & Bar Magazine

BenchAndBarArticleCoverHogen Adams founding member Jessica Intermill and associate attorney Jessie Stomski Seim co-author “The Nations Within: An Indian Law FAQ,” which is the feature article in the October 2015 edition of Bench & Bar of Minnesota Magazine. Bench & Bar is the official publication of the Minnesota State Bar Association, and Intermill’s and Seim’s article is the first Indian-law focused feature article that the magazine has ever published. The article is available here.

This feature article supplements Hogen Adams’ work to bring Indian law to the attention of Minnesota’s larger legal community. Jessie and Jessica worked with Bench & Bar to add Indian law to its regular roster of Landmarks in the Law case-law updates. They will continue to work with the magazine to bring Indian law content to Minnesota practitioners.