I won't try to make any kind of summary, being somewhat out of my depth despite following all this for months, but Alan Gura continues to impress. Here is a snippet from his response to the Defense Opposition to the Plaintiff's Motion for Preliminary Injunction:
"For the most part, Defendants’ briefs raise a wide variety of irrelevant, conflicting, and at times spurious points. According to Defendants, they have not actually done anything—the lack of interstate handgun sales is purely voluntary—yet Defendants feel very strongly that they should not be enjoined from doing whatever it is that they are not doing, and they assure the Court that they are working fast to legislatively correct the problems they are not causing."
I almost snorted milk from my nose upon reading that.