I’ve filed amicus briefs in them for Firearms Policy Foundation et al.:
Folajtar v. Rosen. Issue: 2A as applied to a person convicted of a nonviolent felony.
Holloway v. Rosen. Issue: 2A as applied to a person convicted of a state misdemeanor (DUI with a prior), which GCA treats as a felony (a state-designated misdemeanor, but carrying more than two years’ potential imprisonment). Interesting aspect: under state law, his driving privileges were revoked for 18 months and firearms rights not affected at all, but under federal law he loses his firearm rights forever, for an offense that had nothing to do with firearms or violence).