SEPTEMBER 28, 2022

Brady represents victims of the 4th of July Highland Park mass shooting. The lawsuit alleges that Smith & Wesson, the manufacturer of the firearm negligently designed the gun used in the shooting to make it easily modifiable into a machine gun in violation of the National Firearms Act as well as engaging in deceptive marketing around the gun. There are also claims against Buds Gun Shop and Red Dot Arms for the illegal sale of the gun in violation of Assault Weapons Ban ordinances.

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