Filing Summary This is a letter from the OAG in response to the NRA’s purported expert affirmation from Arthur Miller. The OAG argues that Miller’s affirmation should be disregarded as improper legal opinion. Key Points The OAG argues that the NRA’s submission of an expert affirmation from Arthur Miller is “an untimely, unauthorized, post-argument sur-reply” […]
Filing Summary Arthur Miller, a law professor at New York University, makes legal arguments in support of the NRA’s opposition to the OAG. He argues that the NRA’s relationship with Ackerman, as alleged by the NRA, is so close as to create attorney-client privilege with respect to communications between the NRA and Ackerman. The existence […]
Filing Summary The OAG makes several legal arguments in response to the NRA as to why the NRA should not be permitted to pre-review documents before production by Ackerman. Key Points The OAG argues that the NRA is “attempting to interfere with the OAG’s enforcement function by converting privately-contracted non-disclosure agreements … into a set […]
Filing Summary Instead of opposing the OAG’s motion, Ackerman notifies the court that it will comply with the court’s order. Key Points
NRA’s legal arguments against OAG’s petition.
Affidavit of NRA GC describing entwinement of NRA and Ackerman.
Filing Summary This filing is a privilege log that the NRA produced in response to an investigation by New York Department of Financial Services (the state insurance regulator). Key Points Many of the documents pertain to legal advice provided about Carry Guard, an NRA self-defense insurance program, such as “training curriculum,” “callcenter items,” and “firearms […]
Filing Summary This filing is a privilege log from the NRA with respect to documents produced in the RSM subpoena. The log contains attorney communications regarding anticipated and pending litigation.
NRA executive raises concern about donor anonymity.
OAG petition to force Ackerman’s compliance with subpoena in NRA investigation.