Native American Law

Rose Law Group pc has worked closely with Tribal Staff and Councils throughout the state to achieve cooperative agreements for our private clients. Rose Law Group pc is currently working with the Gila River Indian Community and the Ak Chin Indian Community.

Rose Law Group pc specializes in working with Tribal Councils on a wide range of issues including:

    • Roadways and transportation planning
    • Infrastructure issues
    • Casino, resort, and other entertainment issues
    • Floodplains
    • Water rights and deals
    • Low income tax credit applications
    • Tribal Corporation Development
    • Solar Energy
    • Environmental Issues
    • Representation of Tribal Nations in Federal Court
    • Oil and Gas
    • Easements
    • Utility lines and general planning issues.

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Gila River Community plans mammoth playground

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Phoenix Rising Football Club.) By Paul Maryniak | Chandler Arizonan The Gila River Indian Community and a Scottsdale development company are poised to begin work on a 3,300-acre sports and entertainment complex at Wild Horse Pass. Sunbelt Holdings President John Graham told the Arizonan that the development, located just south of the Loop 202-I-10 intersection,

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Phoenix Rising believes new stadium will bring improved fan, player experience

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Phoenix Rising Football Club.) By Edwin Perez | Cronkite News PHOENIX – Phoenix Rising FC hopes 2021 is about more than just improved play on the field. The organization said it is committed to a better fan experience, too. A club that advanced to the USL Championship in 2020 – before it was canceled because multiple Tampa

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Phoenix Rising’s Move To Wild Horse Pass Is All About Fan Experience

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Phoenix Rising Football Club.)  By Jake Anderson | Arizona Sports For the second time in the club’s history, Phoenix Rising FC is building a new stadium. The new pitch — which has yet to be given an official name — will be located at Gila River’s Wild Horse Pass in Chandler. The immediate question that

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