Call v. Jones
Defending Maryland’s “good cause” public carry regime.
Duncan v. Becerra
Defending California's prohibition on large-capacity magazines.
Yukutake v. Connors
Supporting Hawaii’s firearm registration law.
Elhert v. Settle
Defending Virginia’s background check requirement.
Young v. Hawaii
Defending Hawaii’s “good cause” requirement for obtaining a public-carry permit.
Rupp v. Becerra
Supporting California's Assault Weapons Control Act.
Mitchell v. Atkins
Supporting Washington’s age restriction and residency requirement for purchasers of semiautomatic assault rifles.
Hirschfeld v. ATF
Protecting federal law that prohibits federally-licensed firearms dealers from selling to persons under twenty-one.
NRA v. Swearingen
Defending Florida law prohibiting the purchase of firearms by persons under twenty-one.
Miller v. Becerra
Supporting California’s Assault Weapons Control Act.
Teter v. Connors
Defending Hawaii's prohibition on butterfly knives.
Jones v. Becerra
Supporting California law prohibiting the purchase of firearms by persons under twenty-one.
State of Vermont v. Max Misch
Protecting Vermont’s prohibition on large-capacity magazines.
Ohio v. Weber
Defending Ohio’s prohibition on the use or carrying of firearms by intoxicated persons.
Roberts v. Suzuki
Defending Hawaii’s prohibition on tasers and stun guns.
Rocky Mountain Gun Owners v. Polis
Representing the City of Boulder in defending Colorado’s prohibition on large-capacity magazines. The City and County of Denver jointly filed this amicus brief with the City of Boulder.
New York State Rifle and Pistol Association v. City of New York
Supporting New York City, and common sense gun safety laws, in U.S. Supreme Court’s first major Second Amendment case in a decade.
Rhode v. Becerra
Defending California law requiring background checks for ammunition purchases.
Malpasso v. Pallozzi
Defending Maryland’s “good cause” public-carry regime.
Wilson, et al. v. Cook County, et al.
Defending Cook County, Illinois’s prohibition on assault weapons and large-capacity magazines.
Wiese v. Becerra
Defending California’s prohibition on large-capacity magazines.
Flanagan v. Becerra
Defending California’s “good cause” requirement for obtaining a concealed-carry permit and its limitations on open carry.
Worman v. Healey
Defending Massachusetts’s prohibition on assault weapons and large-capacity magazines.
Libertarian Party of Erie County v. Cuomo
Defending New York’s permitting system and concealed-carry licensing system.