Maranda Compton focuses her practice on all aspects of Native American law and policy. She is experienced in representing both tribal and non-tribal clients in a wide range of federal regulatory, environmental, energy, and natural resources issues, with particular knowledge of the oil and gas industry.
For her clients, Maranda provides a deep understanding of the diverse and complex factors involved in disputes, transactions and regulation arising in the tribal context. Applying her intimate knowledge of Indian Country, she helps clients identify winning strategies and find favorable outcomes in commercial transactions involving American Indian tribes; project development on tribal and federal lands; issues of federal, state and tribal regulation; American Indian water rights; and environmental permitting.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Maranda S. Compton