Frank Kowalkowski is a Shareholder in the Green Bay office. He has an extensive Federal Indian Law practice representing municipalities, counties, state governments, businesses and individuals relative to fee to trust applications, reservation boundary disputes, jurisdictional disputes, land use issues, mining operations, tribal permitting, tribal taxation, tribal business licenses, contracting with Native American tribes, tribal jurisdiction over non-tribal members, on and off reservation hunting and fishing rights, EPA regulations, and tribal policing authority. He has handled cases in state, federal and tribal court, as well as the Interior Board of Indian Appeals in Washington, D.C. He has given numerous presentations, authored articles and has been quoted in various publications on the topic of Federal Indian Law.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Frank W. Kowalkowski