Everytown Law leverages the expertise of a group of seasoned litigators, including several former federal and state prosecutors, with decades of collective experience as courtroom and appellate advocates. We have deep knowledge relating to the full range of gun safety issues, from background checks, public carry and gun trafficking to guns on campus and firearms preemption laws. We also have significant experience representing and working with survivors of gun violence in lawsuits against the gun industry and with local and state governments facing Second Amendment challenges to gun safety laws. Everytown’s work to advance gun safety in the courts reaches all across the country, including California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Washington, Wisconsin and Washington D.C.

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Litigation Resource Everytown Law April 4, 2018

Firearm Manufacturer & Seller Gun Safety Codes of Conduct: An Opportunity for Financial Institutions

To help financial institutions identify tangible steps for working with gun dealers and gun manufacturers, Everytown proposes gun safety codes of conduct, as guidance to help reduce gun violence by requiring business customers involved in the firearms industry to follow responsible business practices.

Everytown Submits Brief in Support of New York's Public Carry Licensing System

Everytown for Gun Safety filed this amicus brief in the United States District Court for the Northern District of New York, in support of the New York’s concealed carry permitting law. The brief demonstrated that the law’s requirement that applicants for concealed carry permits show a need for self-defense greater than the general public to be issued a license is consistent with centuries of Anglo-American tradition, and does not violate the Second Amendment.

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Amicus Brief: NYSRPA v. Beach

Everytown for Gun Safety filed this amicus brief in the United States District Court for the Northern District of New York to demonstrate that New York's public-carry law – which requires a showing of good cause or special need prior to issuance of a concealed carry license – does not violate the constitutional right to bear arms and is consistent with a centuries long Anglo-American tradition.

Everytown Files Lawsuit Against ATF Seeking Release of Documents

Everytown for Gun Safety Support Fund filed a lawsuit against the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives in the Southern District of New York seeking release of aggregated trace data pertaining to firearms used in suicide.

Read the Press Release here.

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Litigation Resource Everytown Law November 9, 2017

Letter to Senate Judiciary Committee Opposing Nomination of Brett J. Talley

Everytown for Gun Safety submitted a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee, opposing the nomination of Brett J. Talley to a federal judgeship due to evidence that Mr. Talley does not possess the impartiality necessary to be a judge. Mr. Talley had previously pledged his support to the NRA.