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City REPLY to Petition

City REPLY to Petition

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City's reply to Lederman Supreme Court petition
City's reply to Lederman Supreme Court petition

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No. 13-776
In the
 Supreme Court of the United States
ROBERT LEDERMAN AND JACK NESBITT,Petitioners,-against-NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF PARKS  AND RECREATION, a municipal agency, ADRIAN BENEPE, Parks Commissioner in his individual and official capacity, CITY OF NEW YORK, a municipality, and MICHAEL BLOOMBERG, Honorable Mayor in his individual and official capacity, Respondents._________________O
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BRIEF IN OPPOSITION TO PETITION
JEFFREY D. FRIEDLANDER, Acting Corporation Counsel of the City of New York, Attorney for Respondents,LEONARD J. KOERNER,
Counsel of Record
,100 Church Street,New York, New York 10007.(212) 356-0844 or 2500lkoerner@law.nyc.govE
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TEINER
,of Counsel.January 23, 2014
 
QUESTIONS PRESENTED
1.Did the United States Court of  Appeals for the Second Circuit properly affirm the District Court’s grant of summary judgment to the City of New York, where the expressive-matter  Vending Rules are content-neutral time, place and manner restrictions that are narrowly tailored to advance significant government interests and afford petitioners ample alternative channels for communication? 2.Did the United States Court of  Appeals for the Second Circuit also correctly affirm the protective order granted to the City of New  York so as to prevent petitioners from deposing then-Mayor Michael Bloomberg and former Deputy Mayor Edward Skyler, where neither possessed any personal knowledge regarding the basis for the promulgation of the Vending Rules?i

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