With a population shy of 6,500, the Oneida County town of Verona, N.Y., may seem an unlikely venue for a thriving national law office, even though its tentacles reach into such varied practice areas as intellectual property law, land use, gambling, entertainment law, communications and criminal defense.

Never mind that it is the only legal department in the nation — the Oneida Indian Nation, that is.

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