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Case no. 4:20-cv-02180

Summary: Federal 42 U.S.C. Section 1983 lawsuit challenging various Bay Area Orders, actions, and closures of firearm and ammunition retailers and shooting ranges upon threat of prosecution, etc. that violate the Second and Fourteenth Amendments

Plaintiffs: Janice Altman, an individual; Ryan Goodrich, an individual; Albert Lee Swann, an individual; Roman Kaplan, an individual; Yan Traytel, an individual; Dmitri Danilevsky, an individual; Greg David, an individual; City Arms East LLC; City Arms LLC; Cuckoo Collectibles LLC d.b.a Eddy’s Shooting Sports; Second Amendment Foundation; California Gun Rights Foundation; National Rifle Association of America; California Association of Federal Firearms Licensees, Inc.; and Firearms Policy Coalition, Inc.

Defendants: County of Santa Clara, California; Laurie Smith, in her capacity as Sheriff of The County of Santa Clara; Jeffrey Rosen, in his official capacity as Santa Clara County District Attorney; Sara Cody, in her official capacity as Santa Clara County Health Officer; City of San Jose, California; Sam Liccardo, in his official capacity as Mayor of San Jose; Edgardo Garcia, in his official capacity as Chief of Police for the City of San Jose; City of Mountain View, California; Max Bosel, in his official capacity as The Chief of Police for the City of Mountain View; County of Alameda, California; Gregory Ahern, in his capacity as Sheriff of The County of Alameda; Erica Pan, in her capacity as Health Officer of The County of Alameda; County of San Mateo, California; Carlos Bolanos, in his capacity as Sheriff of The County of San Mateo; Scott Morrow in his capacity as San Mateo County Health Officer; City of Pacifica, California; Dan Steidle, in his official capacity as The Chief of Police for the City of Pacifica; County of Contra Costa, California; David Livingston, in his capacity as Sheriff of The County of Contra Costa; Chris Farnitano, in his capacity as Health Officer of Contra Costa County; City of Pleasant Hill, California; Bryan Hill in his official capacity as Chief of Police for the City of Pleasant Hill

Litigation Counsel: George M. Lee; Raymond DiGuiseppe; FPC Director of Legal Strategy Adam Kraut 


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