Supreme Court won't review wind farm case
- Jan 9, 2019 9:25 pm GMT
"The Tenth Circuit determined that defendants actions violated federal regulations which are designed to protect the OMC's property rights," the OMC said. "The defendants disregarded the OMC's authority over the
The OMC was initially represented in the case by the
The OMC then appealed the District Court's decision with the assistance of the Fredericks Peebles & Morgan law firm, which is dedicated to representing American Indian tribes and Native American organizations.
"Enel's decision to build a windfarm on our land without our approval caused substantial damage to the OMC," Waller said. "We are pleased that the
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