It has been almost a year since the Federal District Court in Idaho tossed out the US Army Corps of Engineer's (henceforth "COE") regulation essentially banning firearms as unconstitutional because it provided no serious avenue for self-defense.
The COE chose to appeal the decision to the 9th Circuit.
Since then there has been a flurry of paperwork from both sides. The COE appears to have changed or added some lawyers and filed their appeal paperwork. The good guys have filed some answering documents, and other groups have weighed in as Amici Curiae: the NRA, the California Rifle and Pistol Association, and GeorgiaCarry.org.
Also, the name of the case has changed: It is now Elizabeth E. Nesbitt et al v. US Army Corps of Engineers et al. Original plaintiff Elizabeth Morris is now known as Elizabeth E. Nesbitt. (There are two plaintiffs, the other being Alan Baker).
I don't know when the 9th will actually take up the substance of the appeal.
This seems a handy place to get a good overview of the legal paper barrage: http://michellawyers.com/morris-v-u-s-a ... engineers/