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Municipal Firearms Litigation “Scorecard”

Wednesday, April 17, 2002

MFL Score Card

 

 

 

Complete Dismissals

 

Appeals Re: State Preemption Statutes

 

Fully & Finally Adjudicated Cases

 

Bridgeport        -  Affirmed CT Supreme Court

 

Miami               -  Affirmed FL Appellate Court,

                            petition denied by FL S. Ct.

 

New Orleans      - Affirmed LA S. Ct., cert.

                           denied by U.S. S. Ct.

 

Camden County - Affirmed U.S. 3rd Cir.

                            Court of Appeals

 

Philadelphia       - Affirmed U.S. 3rd Cir. Court

                            of Appeals

 

Atlanta               - Case dismissed by GA Court of

                            Appeals

Dismissals On Appeal

Chicago

Cincinnati – Affirmed by Court of Appeals

Gary

New York State

 
Voluntary Dismissals

Boston – with prejudice

 

Detroit/Wayne County

 

Cases Terminated Based on State Preemption

 

New Orleans (retroactive)

 

Philadelphia

 

Atlanta (retroactive)

 

 

 

Partial Dismissals On Interlocutory Appeal

 

Detroit/Wayne County

 

Newark

 

Partial Dismissal – Pending Cases

 

Dismissal Denied – Pending Cases

Newark                 - Motion for interlocutory

                               appeal granted

 

Wilmington           - Discovery limited to city’s

                               damages; summary judgment

                               to be filed

 

Detroit/Wayne Co. - Interlocutory appeal pending

 

California               - Restitution & disgorgement

                                claims dismissed

 

Cleveland – Stayed pending Cincinnati appeal

 

Pending Motions to Dismiss

 

No Motion to Dismiss Filed

Camden City

St. Louis

Washington, DC

New York City – Case stayed pending appeal of

                         NY State case

 

Jersey City      – Complaint filed March 28, 2002

 

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