Jessica Intermill, Vanya Hogen Moline, and Colette Routel to speak at upcoming Indian Law Conference

St. Paul, MN, April 7, 2014 – Founding Hogen Adams lawyers Jessica Intermill and Vanya Hogen Moline will each be featured as panelists at an all-day May 2 conference at Mystic Lake Casino Hotel. Colette Routel, of counsel for the firm, will also present at the conference.

Although the Supreme Court has not yet issued its decision in the case, Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community raises sovereign-immunity questions critical to tribes and their commercial partners. Jessica will discuss the much-anticipated decision and its implications.

Because each jurisdiction has its own rules and applicable law, Tribal Court practice differs from court to court. Vanya, a sitting judge of the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community Tribal Court, will discuss the court’s jurisdiction and and practice before the court.

Colette will also present at the conference, addressing pending and recent decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court, 7th and 8th Circuits, and Minnesota state courts.

Learn more about the Friday, May 2, 2014 Indian Law Conference at Mystic Lake Casino Hotel in Prior Lake, Minnesota.

Jessie Stomski Seim joins Hogen Adams PLLC

St. Paul, MN., February 3, 2014 – Jessie Stomski Seim has joined Hogen Adams PLLC, a boutique Indian-law firm that serves Indian Country clients nationwide.  Ms. Stomski Seim is a citizen of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation and an experienced litigator.  She has been recognized by her peers as a Minnesota Super Lawyers Rising Star and is an active member of the Minnesota American Indian Bar Association, and the Minnesota State and Federal Bar Associations.

William Szotkowksi, the Chief Executive Officer of Hogen Adams, says that the group “is excited to welcome Jessie to our practice.  Her experience and talent will serve our clients well.”

Hogen Adams offers the unique combination of deep-rooted Indian-law experience and an agile, flexible approach to representing tribes and their business partners.  For more information about Hogen Adams, visit www.hogenadams.com.

Andrew Adams III to speak at upcoming Tribal Employment Rights & Law seminar

St. Paul, MN., February 3, 2014 – Founding Hogen Adams lawyer Andrew Adams III will speak at the two-day Law Seminars International Tribal Employment Rights & Law Seminar at Mystic Lake Casino Hotel.  Andrew will speak about Employment Law in Indian Country: A Case of Competing Sovereigns on Monday, April 28.  Learn more about Tribal Employment Rights & Law at a two-day conference held at Mystic Lake Casino Hotel in Prior Lake, MN. Click Here.

William A. Szotkowski, Vanya S. Hogen, Jessica Intermill, and Andrew Adams III found Hogen Adams Law Firm

St. Paul, MN., September 1, 2013 – William A. Szotkowski, Vanya S. Hogen, Jessica Intermill, and Andrew Adams III have founded Hogen Adams PLLC, a boutique Indian-law firm that serves Indian Country with results-driven representation. The award-winning lawyers have served as in-house general counsel to tribes, successfully litigated lawsuits worth hundreds of millions of dollars, handled multimillion-dollar casino developments and tribal financings, and negotiated intergovernmental agreements between tribal, state, federal, and local governments. Hogen Adams is 50% Indian-owned.

William Szotkowksi, the managing partner of Hogen Adams, says that the group “created Hogen Adams so that we can focus on providing dynamic, forward-thinking representation to our clients in the most effective, efficient, and collaborative manner.” The firm offers the unique combination of deep-rooted Indian-law experience and an agile, flexible approach to representing tribes and their business partners. Additional information about Hogen Adams is available at www.hogenadams.com.