Post-McDonald Cases – Calendar of Events

The latter part of this month into October will be quite busy in terms of hearings and responses in the post-McDonald gun rights cases. Many of the complaints will have their first official response from the defendants so interesting things will be happening. To provide a bit of perspective on this, I’ve made up a “calendar of events”.

September 17th  – Response received from State of California in Owner-Operators Independent Drivers Association et al v. Lindley. Case challenges California AB962 which requires face-to-face sales of handgun ammunition. More on the case here.

September 20thState Ammunition et al v. Lindley – Response due from the State of California to original complaint. Case challenges California AB962 which requires face-to-face sales of handgun ammunition. More on the case here.

September 20thWoollard v. Sheridan et al – Response due from the State of Maryland to original complaint. Case challenges Maryland’s requirement to show “apprehended danger” in order to qualify for concealed carry permit. More on the case here.

September 23rd – Second Amendment Arms et al v. City of Chicago et al – Status hearing. Case challenges the City of Chicago’s New Gun Law. Seeks restitution for confiscated firearms and class action status. More on the case here.

September 23rdEzell et al v. City of Chicago et al – Status hearing. Case challenges the City of Chicago’s ban on gun ranges. More on the case here and here.

September 24thBateman et al v. Perdue et al – Response due from plaintiffs to defendant’s motions to dismiss. Case was first post-McDonald suit brought. It challenges North Carolina’s emergency powers ban on possession of firearms outside a person’s residence during a declared state of emergency. More on the case here and here.

October 8thMishaga v. Monken – Response due from State of Illinois to original complaint. Case challenges requirements of Illinois’ FOID card. More on the case here.

October 12thBenson et al v. City of Chicago et al – Extension granted to defendant’s to answer or plead case for Local Rule 40.4 case reassignment motion. Case challenges the City of Chicago’s New Gun Law. More on the case here, here,

October 22ndKachalsky et al v. Cacace et al –  Motions due from all parties. Case challenges New York’s requirement to show “good cause” in order to receive a handgun carry permit. More on the case here, here, and here.


5 thoughts on “Post-McDonald Cases – Calendar of Events”

  1. @smn – I just set up a Google calendar with all of these dates. It is titled No Lawyers – Only Guns and Money gun rights cases. I made it a public calendar. If there is more I need to do, let me know as I'm kinda new on some of these Google tools.

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