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Connecticut Attorneys Admitted to Mohegan Tribal Court

Connecticut attorneys Michael D. Angotti and Richard A. Lord Jr. and counsel Jacqueline A. Maulucci were sworn in to the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Disputes Court after passing the bar exam on May 21, 2019.

The Mohegan Tribal Court, established by the Tribal Council pursuant to Article IX, Section 2(o), is a court of general jurisdiction which may be exercised in any area (except Gaming) over which the Tribal Council has given it authority to act. As used in the Mohegan Constitution, ’Gaming’ includes the development, construction, operation, promotion, financing, regulation and licensing issues, and includes jurisdiction over any associated hotel, resort or entertainment facility on Tribal lands. Both the Gaming Disputes Court and the Mohegan Tribal Court have two levels, a Trial Court and a Court of Appeals. For the Mohegan Tribal Court, however, the Mohegan Constitution provides for a final review of Court decisions by the Council of Elders.

To learn more about the Tribal Government or the Mohegan Tribal Sovereignty, please visit their websites.

Michael is an attorney in Litchfield Cavo’s Hartford office as well and will continue to contribute to the Firm’s general liability, products liability, medical professional liability and workers’ compensation practice areas. Richard is a partner in Litchfield Cavo’s Hartford office as well and will continue to contribute to the Firm’s executive liability, general liability, insurance coverage, products liability and professional liability: non-medical. Jacqueline is a counsel in Litchfield Cavo’s Hartford office and will continue to contribute to the Firm’s employment and labor law, executive liability, general liability and medical professional liability practices.