Representing and Advocating for the Rights of Alaskan and Native American People
The Birch Horton Bittner & Cherot attorneys in Washington, D.C., and Alaska provide diverse and vigorous legal services to Alaska Native corporations and aboriginal organizations and associations. Our attorneys understand the many legal challenges and opportunities experienced by tribally owned and ANC-owned businesses and the business that do business with them. In addition to providing counsel regarding tribal and ANC commercial interests, BHBC attorneys also counsel Tribes regarding a myriad of complex issues facing sovereign tribal governments. The firm represents large and small Alaska Native Corporations (ANCs) and American Indian Tribes throughout the United States in litigation, real estate acquisition and management, mergers and acquisitions, and business transactions. Our Washington office is highly skilled and extensively experienced in representing, advocating and lobbying on behalf of Native Americans, Native Hawaiians and Alaska Natives on diverse issues and policies, such as:
- Alaska Native corporations
- Native Hawaiian organizations
- Alaska Public Housing Authorities
- Native American and tribal law
- Small business development and the SBA 8(a) Program
- Business development, corporate compliance, and best practices
- Government contracts
With Over 50 Years of Advocacy, BHBC is Your Team
Our firm’s strategic locations uniquely position us to achieve favorable results on behalf of Alaska Native corporations, Native American Tribes, and Native American organizations with interests before state and federal agencies, state legislators and members of Congress. While we have worked vigorously on behalf of these entities, we are always mindful that it is the shareholder, the tribal member and the individual person that is the foundation of these organizations.
For more information on Alaska Native and Native American Law, please contact Lead Attorney Jon M. Devore. To schedule a consultation with any of our experienced attorneys in our Alaska Native and Native American practice group, call our office in Washington, D.C., office at 202-659-5800, or use our contact form.