When you find yourself in tribal court, everything can change – we know that at Sovereign Roots Tribal Law, PLLC. With many years of combined experienced litigating on our clients' behalf, you can focus on your personal or business life, instead of finding yourself overwhelmed and worried about your court case.
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Private advocate attorney Gregory S. Arnold, JD, LL.M. Greg found himself drawn to the law field directly out of high school, working in the Legal Battalion of the 3rd Fleet Marine Corpse Pacific, with the US Marines in Okinawa, Japan. Then, after graduating with honors in Political Science from Union College & University, he pursued a law degree from Western State College of Law. More recently, Greg obtained a post-doctorate degree (LL.M) in Insurance Law.. Greg also has an Indian Law Certificate, "Building Indian Country", from Seattle University School of Law. Greg is licensed in twenty (20) tribal courts throughout Indian Country, plus the Interior Board of Indian Appeals.
Greg's practice includes representing insurance companies and surety companies, including bad faith claims analysis, representing mortgage banks and other large companies, and representing injured patrons and guests for personal injuries in Indian casinos.
Greg is retired from practice, except for an occasional high-profile case or research for other practitioners, and can make referrals upon request.
Greg is not admitted in any state and does not take cases in state courts.
Greg is also licensed by the Texas Department of Insurance as a Property and Casualty Adjuster.
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Private advocate Dan Izzo, JD, MBA. Dan obtained his Juris Doctorate from Western State College of Law and his Master of Business Administration in Finance from Woodbury University. Dan is available to meet with clients and attend tribal court proceedings in California.
Dan also has expertise in financial management and reporting, which is helpful when filing schedules and financial reports with tribal courts on behalf of businesses and individuals.