Remington Arms

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A federal judge says Remington Arms’ insurance will stay intact during its $159 million Chapter 11 bankruptcy sale, according to Hearst Connecticut Media.

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Families of 2012 Newtown school shooting victims said bankruptcy should not shield gunmaker Remington Arms from their lawsuit. 

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The Supreme Court will allow a lawsuit against Remington Arms to go forward in Connecticut. The lawsuit was brought by family members of nine victims of the 2012 Newtown school shooting, along with a survivor.

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The maker of the rifle used in the 2012 Newtown school shooting plans to appeal a Connecticut court ruling to the U.S. Supreme Court. The ruling reinstated a wrongful death lawsuit brought by victims' families.

Trial Date Set For Lawsuit Against Remington Arms

Apr 20, 2016
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A trial date has been set for a lawsuit against Remington Arms brought by some of the families of victims and one survivor of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. They’re suing the weapons manufacturer for marketing the weapon used in the shooting to civilians. The suit is now in the discovery phase.