9th Cir. Ends Blackfoot Tribe Fight Against Bankrupt Camping

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By Joyce Hanson (May 27, 2022, 7:30 p.m. EDT) – The Ninth Circuit has granted an automatic stay of a dispute between a campground operator and the Blackfeet Nation, saying the stay of proceedings was triggered by the company bankruptcy notice.

Thursday’s order from the appeals court removed the case from the June 6 hearing schedule and ordered the tribe and campground operator, Eagle Bear Inc., to notify the court clerk of circuit when the US Bankruptcy Court renders a decision in the operator’s bankruptcy case.

Also on Thursday, a federal judge in Montana — responding to the Ninth Circuit’s decision — ordered the parties to submit briefs addressing the impact…

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