Welcome To Kanji & Katzen
At Kanji & Katzen, PLLC, we practice exclusively on behalf of Indian Nations, Tribal governments and tribal members. We are committed to protecting and enhancing the sovereignty of Indian nations and the economic and cultural vitality of those nations and their members. We represent tribes across the United States on a wide range of matters and in a variety of ways, including federal, tribal and state court litigation, advocacy before administrative agencies, and complex negotiations. We also assist tribes in developing their own laws and court systems to help protect and enhance their sovereignty and their economies. Please click on the links above and below to learn more about our firm, our attorneys, and our work.
Kanji &Katzen, PLLC is a law firm that is dedicated entirely to advocacy on behalf of Indian tribes and peoples. The firm, which has offices in Seattle and Ann Arbor, represents Indian nations and tribes across the country on a wide variety of issues, including sovereignty and governance, treaty fishing and hunting rights, Indian gaming, environmental protection, reservation boundaries, taxation and jurisdictional matters. The … Read More >
Philip H. Tinker of Kanji & Katzen, PLLC, will publish his article, In Search of a Civil Solution: Tribal Authority to Regulate Nonmember Conduct in Indian Country, in the September 2014 … [Read More...]
Please see the interesting article by Ann Tweedy, Assistant Professor of Law, Hamline University School of Law, and of-counsel to Kanji & Katzen, at the following link: … [Read More...]
On March 31, 2014 the Supreme Court denied review in the Alaska subsistence litigation known as the Katie John case. The State of Alaska’s lawsuit was filed in 2005. It asked the Court to … [Read More...]
Kanji & Katzen is pleased to announce that David Giampetroni is now a member of the firm. David started with the firm as an associate in 2006 after a clerkship with the Honorable David F. … [Read More...]
On March 29, 2013, a coalition of Washington tribes, with the firm serving as lead counsel, obtained a precedent-setting injunction against the State of Washington, requiring it to correct culverts … [Read More...]