Attorneys representing the Sandy Hook victims’ families said their clients will “consider their next steps” in a statement.
It’s clear the object here is to fragment the firearms industry, destroying some companies while hobbling others through law.
Pennsylvania Appeals Court declares PLCAA unconstitutional under the Tenth Amendment and Commerce Clause, not upheld under Fourteenth and Second Amendments.
The plaintiffs and their lawyer are looking to blame a party with deeper pockets than the dead killer’s “estate”…
An attorney in Missouri has filed a lawsuit against Academy Sports, saying a store clerk should have reasonably known Luis Perez was prohibited from purchasing ammunition.
The US Supreme Court has declined to hear the appeal of the lawsuit against Remington in Connecticut. The CT Supreme Court, in a controversial, 4-3 decision, ruled the lawsuit could proceed.
The Supreme Court should agree to hear the appeal by Remington of the Connecticut Supreme Court decision to create an exception to the PLCAA based on an advertising law.
The recent case of Williams v. BeeMiller is an attempt to undermine the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act, or PLCAA. The attempt is to make gun dealers responsible for the action of criminals.
Hillary Clinton has asserted she would like to see, the firearms industry be the target of lawsuits by those who are politically motivated to destroy it.
Hillary Clinton tweets about her plan to destroy gun manufacturers by holding them responsible for the actions of criminals.
Massachusetts’ controversial AG, Maura Healy is being sued by two popular gun manufacturers for misuse of the power of her office.
We’ve been reporting on Democrat presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton and her anti-gun mentality for months…..
Voters from across political parties & geographic regions back the defense that the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act provides the gun industry.
A lawsuit against three municipaliies near Chicago, for black crime committed in Chicago, has been thrown out of court.