Held January 30-31, 2020  Chandler, AZ 


American Indian Nations and American Indians are pursuing business opportunities of every kind, including e-commerce and private-sector economies. One advantage of online businesses is that they address the physical challenges that mostly-remote Indian Country still faces today.
E-commerce can create thriving economies, but involve jurisdictional, economic and practical issues. Experts will examine these topics:
  • Evolution and Policy: The Shifting Landscape of E-Commerce in Indian Country  
  • Wiring the Rez: Broadband and Access to Infrastructure Funding
  • Case Review  
  • Regulation, Jurisdiction and Compliance
  • Cybersecurity, Data Privacy and Liability 
  • The Future of Sports Betting 
  • Findings and Methodology: The Economic Impact Study of the Missouria Tribe
  • Creating Private Sector Economies in Native America

Who should attend:
Tribal leaders, tribal council members, lawyers practicing in Indian Country, economic and development experts, media developers, business, finance and technology specialists, virtual casino managers and executives, online vendors, entrepreneurs, regulatory experts, scholars and students

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Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino



Proudly hosted by the Indian Legal Program and the Rosette, LLP American Indian Economic Development Program at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University.