Revelations from the NRA's failed bankruptcy come back in amended pleadings.
LaPierre makes several admissions of note, including about executive travel, perks, and other wasteful NRA spending.
Update on the various twist and turns of the NRA's various court battles.
Filing Summary On February 1, 2021, DC Superior Court Judge Jose M. Lopez issued a short decision and order staying the DC Attorney General’s enforcement action against the NRA and NRA Foundation because of the NRA’s filing for bankruptcy. The court’s primary reasoning was that the relief sought, the imposition of a constructive trust imposed […]
Court ordered schedule for fact and expert discovery.
Court allows the DC Attorney General's case to proceed to discovery.
Raises issues of conflicts of interest with the NRA's lawyers.
Ruling against the NRA in seeking to reargue its motion for shielding certain communications with Ackerman McQueen, the NRA’s former public relations firm, from the New York Attorney General as privileged.
DC AG responds to the NRA's initial motion to dismiss.
The list, entitled “persons likely to possess relevant knowledge and/or documents”, includes various NRA executives and board members.