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Fredericks Peebles & Morgan LLP

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Fredericks Peebles & Morgan LLP

3610 N. 163Rd Plz.

Omaha, Nebraska,68116

United States

Company Description

Fredericks Peebles & Morgan is dedicated to representation of American Indian tribes and organizations throughout the United States. Our firm goes beyond basic legal services to include legislative and governmental issues, corporate and financial affairs, ener... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Northern Arizona Program Chair

State Bar of Arizona


Affiliations

Sacramento Area Peace Action

Member


Integrated Resource Planning Task Force for the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority

Member


Navajo Nation Bar Association , Inc.

Member of the Admissions Committee


The Irataba Society

Board Member


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Fredericks Peebles & Morgan LLP Attorneys - Steven J. Bloxham STEVEN J. BLOXHAM - Partner Mr. Bloxham joined the firm in 2005 and became a partner in 2007. Mr. Bloxham has extensive experience working for Indian tribes in civil litigation and business transactions involving land and natural resources, including energy resource negotiations, title and boundary litigation, and rights-of-way and leasing negotiations. On behalf of the Navajo Nation, Mr. Bloxham helped bring litigation against coal mining and electric utility companies alleging corruption of federal administrative proceedings concerning coal royalty rates. He also negotiated the workout of the Nation's forest products industry enterprise's debts after it became insolvent in the mid-1990s, as well as the acquisition, financing and completion of the Nation's beautiful museum and library facilities. For four years he was a member of the Nation's delegation to the United Nations Human Rights Commission's Working Group on a Draft Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in Geneva, Switzerland. On behalf of the Colorado River Indian Tribes, he supervised and assisted in the trial of reservation boundary issues to a U.S. Supreme Court Special Master in the third round of the Arizona v. California water rights litigation. He also worked in several other cases to preserve the Tribe's land titles and reservation boundaries and protect its cultural resources and sovereignty. Mr. Bloxham served as a member of the Navajo Nation Bar Association's Admissions Committee from 1999 to 2001, and was the Northern Arizona Program Chair and a member of the Executive Council of the State Bar of Arizona's Environmental and Natural Resources Law Section from 1995 to 1997. In 1996, he participated as a member of the Integrated Resource Planning Task Force for the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority. He also served from 1990 to 1993 as a member of the Board of Directors of The Irataba Society, a public service organization established by the Colorado River Indian Tribes.


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Christina V. Kazhe | Patricia R. Lenzi | Darcie L. Houck | Michael A Robinson | Steven J. Bloxham | Rose M. Weckenmann | John NyhanSteven J. Bloxham Associate sbloxham@ndnlaw.com


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Steven J. BloxhamMonteau & PeeblesSteven J. Bloxham - AssociateMr. Bloxham joined the firm in 2005.PRIOR LEGAL EXPERIENCE: Mr. Bloxham has extensive experience working for Indian tribes in civil litigation and business transactions involving land and natural resources, including energy resource negotiations, title and boundary litigation, and rights-of-way and leasing negotiations.He served nearly eight years with the Navajo Nation Department of Justice, Natural Resources Unit, as an Assistant Attorney General and Attorney, and over six years as a Tribal Attorney with the Colorado River Indian Tribes Legal Department. On behalf of the Navajo Nation, Mr. Bloxham helped bring litigation against coal mining and electric utility companies alleging corruption of federal administrative proceedings concerning coal royalty rates.He also negotiated the workout of the Nation's forest products industry enterprise's debts after it became insolvent in the mid-1990's, as well as the acquisition, financing and completion of the Nation's beautiful museum and library facilities.For four years he was a member of the Nation's delegation to the United Nations Human Rights Commission's Working Group on a Draft Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in Geneva, Switzerland.On behalf of the Colorado River Indian Tribes, he supervised and assisted in the trial of reservation boundary issues to a U.S. Supreme Court Special Master in the third round of the Arizona v. California water rights litigation.He also worked in several other cases to preserve the Tribe's land titles and reservation boundaries and protect its cultural resources and sovereignty.COMMUNITY SERVICE: Mr. Bloxham has been a member and volunteer on behalf of Sacramento Area Peace Action since 2004.Previously, he was a member of the Navajo Nation Bar Association's Admissions Committee from 1999 to 2001, and was the Northern Arizona Program Chair and a member of the Executive Council of the State Bar of Arizona's Environmental and Natural Resources Law Section from 1995 to 1997.In 1996, he participated as a member of the Integrated Resource Planning Task Force for the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority.He also served from 1990 to 1993 as a member of the Board of Directors of The Irataba Society, a public service organization established by the Colorado River Indian Tribes.


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