Morehouse v. ATF — Appellants’ Opening Brief

Jeremiah Morgan Administrative Law, Firearms Law, Litigation, Statutory Construction, U. S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit

Today, our firm filed in the Eight Circuit the Opening Brief of the Private Appellants in the challenge to the Biden Administration’s ATF rulemaking on frames and receivers challenging the denial of a preliminary injunction by the U.S. District Court for the District of North Dakota.

Link to brief

Antonyuk v. Hochul — Temporary Restraining Order

Jeremiah Morgan Constitutional Law, Firearms Law, Litigation, U.S. District Court, Northern District of New York

This morning, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York issued a Temporary Restraining Order. The court temporarily restrained New York from enforcing certain provisions of its new Concealed Carry Improvement Act pending a decision on the motion for preliminary injunction.

Link to court’s TRO

McCoy v. University of Virginia Health System — Supplemental Memorandum

Jeremiah Morgan Circuit Court for the City of Charlottesville, Constitutional Law, Health Law, Litigation

Today, we filed a Supplemental Memorandum Regarding Governor Youngkin’s Executive Directive No. 2. The Supplemental Memorandum is in support of the Memorandum in Support of Injunctive Relief for Kaycee McCoy regarding the University of Virginia Health System’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate.

Link to Supplemental Memorandum

Kaycee McCoy v. University of Virginia Health System — Memorandum in Support of Injunction

Jeremiah Morgan Circuit Court for the City of Charlottesville, Constitutional Law, Health Law, Litigation

Today, we filed a Memorandum in Support of Injunctive Relief for Kaycee McCoy (see complaint here). After a hearing on the request for a temporary injunction, the Circuit Court requested additional briefing on the temporary injunction factors.

The Memorandum argued that the freedom of religion recognized in Article I, Section 16 of the Virginia Constitution creates a jurisdictional barrier to the Read More

Kaycee McCoy v. University of Virginia Health System — Complaint filed

Jeremiah Morgan Circuit Court for the City of Charlottesville, Constitutional Law, Health Law, Litigation

Today, we filed a Complaint against the Rectors and Visitors of the University of Virginia and the University of Virginia Health System on behalf of a university employee who was refused her religious exemption to the University’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate and was notified that she would be terminated. The Complaint as well as the accompanying Application for a Temporary Injunction claim that Read More

Rob Olson Presents Oral Argument before En Banc Sixth Circuit in Bumpstock Case

Jeremiah Morgan Administrative Law, Appearances, Firearms Law, Litigation

Today, Rob Olson presented oral argument before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit sitting en banc in our continuing litigation against ATF’s bump stock regulation issued in December 2018. The Sixth Circuit granted rehearing en banc after a three-judge panel ruled against the bump stock ban earlier this year. Audio of the oral argument is available.

Link to oral argument audio

VCDL/GOA/GOF v. City of Winchester (Virginia) — Complaint for Declaratory Relief, Application for Temporary and Permanent Injunction, and Petition for Writ of Mandamus

admin Circuit Court for the City of Winchester, Virginia, Constitutional Law, Firearms Law, Litigation

Together with Gilbert Ambler of the Ambler Law Offices, LLC (Winchester, VA) and David Browne of Spiro & Browne, LLC (Richmond, VA), we filed suit challenging a Winchester ordinance regulating possession of firearms.  The case Read More

Ehlert v. Settle: Petition for Review

admin Constitutional Law, Firearms Law, Litigation, Virginia Supreme Court

Today we filed a petition for review in the Virginia Supreme Court seeking review of Lynchburg Circuit Court Judge Patrick Yeatts’ denial of a portion of our application for temporary injunction. Judge Yeatts issued a temporary injunction against the Virginia State Police to bar enforcement of one of the Northam gun bills barring 18 to 20 year old Virginians from purchasing handguns in private Read More

Elhert v. Settle — Temporary Injunction

Jeremiah Morgan Circuit Court for the City of Lynchburg, Virginia, Constitutional Law, Firearms Law, Litigation

Today, the Circuit Court for the City of Lynchburg issued a temporary injunction against Virginia’s ban on handgun sales to adults under age 21.

This is a case we are litigating together with Gilbert Ambler of Winchester, Virginia and David Browne of Richmond, Virginia.

Link to temporary injunction

United States v. Michael Flynn

admin Constitutional Law, Litigation, U. S. District Court, District of Columbia

On behalf of Citizens United, Citizens United Foundation, and The Presidential Coalition, our firm filed an amicus brief supporting the dismissal of charges against General Michael Flynn. Our brief also opposes the court’s inquiry into bringing contempt and perjury charges against General Flynn. The case against General Flynn is currently pending in both the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, where we filed this brief, and in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit where we earlier filed a brief for General Flynn.

Link to CU/CUF/TPC Amicus Brief
Link to Motion for Leave to File