Thats nice, so hit Allergan with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
Stealing the article's thunder:
> As the Supreme Court wrote, “without congressional authorization,” the “Indian Nations are exempt from suit.”
You've constructed this property right (patent) outside of the Mohawk Nation and then sold it into the Nation. This would sorta kind've mean that it can be used as a patent to sue but then it can't be challenged. That's just nuts.
Why this works? Can't US(and other coutries) nullified the patent for the their jurisdiction?
"Yeah, that patent is still valid. Only among your tribe though. All the outer world decline it's validity. Good luck with that."
I am not a lawyer.