" 'The case has far-reaching implications for whether gun retailers nationwide can be held responsible when guns sold illegally are subsequently used to commit crimes,' The Brady Center said in a news release." http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/index.ssf/2017/07/court_allows_suit_against_gun.html A mother bought guns for her son who later used one of the guns to murder someone. The dealer that participated in the straw purchase is being sued for $9 million. The mother has already agreed to pay the family of the victim $400,000 for her role in the straw purchase. Could this case set some kind of a legal precedent?