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EFFECTIVE June 1, 2020, Fredericks, Peebles, and Patterson debuts new name: Peebles Kidder Bergin and Robinson LLP

We are dedicated to providing accomplished legal representation in defense of native sovereign rights

We will continue to provide our clients with effective and innovative legal counsel, and we look forward to continuing our work in tribal communities. For our current clients, no action is needed to maintain your client relationship with the Firm.

Our Sacramento California; Rapid City South Dakota; and Washington, D.C. office addresses, phone numbers and email addresses remain the same. Our Louisville, CO office has closed, effective May 22, 2020.

Congratulations, Rebecca Kidder

The Firm is also pleased to announce Rebecca Kidder has joined John Peebles, Patrick Bergin and Michael Robinson as an Equity Partner.

Mrs. Kidder graduated from Yale Law School in 1997 and has dedicated her career to representing Tribes and Tribal entities including tribal housing authorities and schools. Mrs. Kidder’s notable litigation cases include Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe v. Noem, 938 F.3d 928 (8th Cir. 2019), cert. denied; Stathis v. Marty Indian School, 2019 S.D. 33; and Yankton Sioux Tribe v. Podhrasky, 606 F.3d 994 (8th Cir. 2010), cert. denied.

Mrs. Kidder lives in the Black Hills in South Dakota with her husband Stephen Brings Plenty and their children.


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