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American Indian Nations and American Indians are pursuing business opportunities of every kind, including e-commerce and private-sector economies. One advantage of online businesses is that they address the physical challenges that mostly-remote Indian Country still faces today. E-commerce has created thriving economies for some, but they have also led to complicated issues where state, tribal and federal laws, policies and interests collide. Current efforts to operate and launch e-commerce endeavors raise economic and legal issues. Creating private-sector economies also raise a multitude of legal, economic and practical issues.
Join us for the Sixth Annual Tribal Government E-Commerce CLE Conference as we explore the development of Tribal Digital Sovereignty, e-commerce and private-sector economies. Attorneys, scholars and professionals specializing in finance, tax, gaming, cybersecurity and economics will examine the shifting political, legal and tax landscapes in Indian Country through modern business models including: online lending, online sports betting and the development of private-sector economies. Conference speakers will also review jurisdictional and regulatory complexities and the necessity of fostering dialogue with federal and state counterparts, and the implications to tribal sovereignty, and the need for tribes to finance and build infrastructures that facilitate economic growth while complying with appropriate federal guidelines. The conference will highlight the new book, "Creating Private Sector Economies in Native America: Sustainable Development through Entrepreneurship."
Early Rate ends on Jan. 3, 2020
Regular Rate ends Jan. 24, 2020
Non-Profit & Government rate available