In what plaintiffs attorneys are calling a first-of-its kind victory, a California appeals court has intervened in a slip-and-fall accident at an Indian casino, ordering the tribal casino to settle the victim’s claim through arbitration.

But the casino’s lawyer argues that the state appeals court lacked jurisdiction to impose the order, and that the ruling infringes upon the Indians’ right to conduct their own affairs and enact their own laws.

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