Bradley’s experienced team of attorneys offers a range of legal services from Second Amendment advocacy through and including the varied litigation and other sophisticated needs of the firearms industry. We relentlessly pursue the interests of our clients, who trust us for our in-depth knowledge, sophisticated approach, and proven track record. We speak proudly on behalf of the firearms industry and stand firmly behind them, in terms of both their economic viability and the products they manufacture.
Having worked on some of the nation’s highest-profile Second Amendment matters, the team has developed substantial relationships with the nation’s leading Second Amendment and pro-firearms organizations. We are trusted advisors for many leaders in the firearms industry, providing them with counsel in respect to every aspect of their businesses, from protecting their marketplaces to helping them navigate the legal landscape.
Our cross-disciplinary Firearms Industry team also supports the firearms industry in issues related to construction, government contracts, and business-to-business litigation. Other areas of focus include:
Bradley attorneys practice on the cutting edge of Second Amendment litigation at the trial and appellate levels of state and federal courts throughout the United States. We are committed to protecting individual rights to own and possess firearms, along with the firearms industry’s right to produce and sell firearms, as well as standard-capacity magazines and common ammunition.
Our Second Amendment cases have ranged from defending high-exposure civil liability claims to civil rights litigation and the preservation of Second Amendment rights. Our litigation activity includes filing amicus curiae briefs in the:
We have also represented citizens and citizen groups in Second Amendment lawsuits filed against the State of Maryland for:
In addition, our team has assisted with challenges to gun control legislation on behalf of citizens and citizen groups in Alabama, California, Connecticut, the District of Columbia, Illinois, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, and Tennessee.