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NY Tribe, Town Look To Avoid Trial In Gambling Dispute

Law360 (May 16, 2019, 9:10 PM EDT) -- The Cayuga Nation and the New York village of Union Springs told a federal judge Wednesday they don't want a bench trial in the tribe's suit challenging the village's anti-gambling ordinance, saying pleadings should be finished so the court can rule on the legal issues at the case’s core.

The parties in their joint motion to modify U.S. District Judge David N. Hurd’s schedule for a July 23 trial argued that because the court had previously granted Union Springs’ motion to dismiss the suit, the village never answered a complaint in the case and was thus unable to state which allegations...

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New York Northern

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Civil Rights: Other


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October 28, 2014

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