A founding Partner of Galanda Broadman PLLC, whose practice focuses on representing... more
A founding Partner of Galanda Broadman PLLC, whose practice focuses on representing tribal governments in corporate, public affairs, and economic development matters, along with tribe and company-critical business litigation, Anthony regularly consults with businesses and tribal governments regarding taxation, crisis response, risk management, and legislative strategy. He has also defended bus... view profile
Gabriel Gabe Galanda is a Partner in the Seattle office of Galanda Broadman, PLLC.... more
Gabriel Gabe Galanda is a Partner in the Seattle office of Galanda Broadman, PLLC. Gabes practice focuses on complex, multi-party litigation and crisis management, representing tribal governments and businesses. He is skilled at defending tribes and Indian-owned enterprises from legal attacks by local, state and federal governments, and representing plaintiffs and defendants in catastrophic per... view profile
I aman in-house attorney for the Office of Legal Counselfor the Confederated Tribes... more
I aman in-house attorney for the Office of Legal Counselfor the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation where I provide representation to the Board of Trustees, Tribal departments, and various programs with emphasis on law and order issues, government contracts (tribal, federal, state, and local), federal indian law, environmental and federal land law, cultural resource protectio... view profile
I practice in lovely downtown Edmonds, Washington. My philosophy is that a good... more
I practice in lovely downtown Edmonds, Washington. My philosophy is that a good lawyer who truly listens to her clients will provide the best legal services. I take the time to get to know my clients and build lasting relationships.
Frederick M. Baker, Jr., of counsel to Willingham & Cote, P.C., has enjoyed a... more
Frederick M. Baker, Jr., of counsel to Willingham & Cote, P.C., has enjoyed a distinguished and varied career. Most recently, he served for over eight years as a Commissioner for the Michigan Supreme Court, after nearly two decades as a partner at one of Michigan’s leading law firms, Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn, where he was a trial and appellate litigator. He began the practice of law a... view profile
Native American tribes have special legal rights that differ from some U.S. and state laws, such as the right to form their own governments or to pass their own laws. Native American law attorneys have expertise in these special rights. If, for example, you want to do business on a reservation or are injured on a reservation, you would hire a lawyer with expertise in Native American law to help you.