Osage Nation members slam federal authorities in oil and gas royalty lawsuit


By Isaac Monterose (October 5, 2021, 6:58 p.m. EDT) – Members of the Osage Nation oppose the federal government’s attempt to end their appeal of a proposed $ 100 million class action lawsuit over distribution oil and gas royalties, arguing that the federal government is using contradictory, previously rejected arguments about its duty of trust responsibility for the owners of Osage rights.

In a 26-page response brief filed in the Federal Circuit on Monday, members of the tribe attacked the government’s judicial “Whack-a-Mole” game in a lawsuit that began in August 2019 for alleged mismanagement of the government. ” an Osage trust fund for oil and gas royalties.

Members of the tribe reported a 2003 US court …

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