The Mexican government hired a Texas-based law firm to sue more than a half-dozen gun manufacturers in the U.S., arguing that the companies facilitate gun trafficking to Mexico.

Richard Brunell, a Boston-based partner with Hilliard & Shadowen, filed the case Wednesday in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts. The firm focuses on economic justice, antitrust and civil rights litigation.

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