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H.D.V.-Greektown, LLC v. Detroit, No. 08-1329

By FindLaw Staff on June 12, 2009 1:32 PM

In a First Amendment challenge to a city's adult business zoning ordinances, the District Court's order granting partial summary judgment to both parties is affirmed in part, where the ordinances were content-neutral and facially constitutional; but reversed in part, where, once the ordinances were declared unconstitutional as applied to Plaintiff, Plaintiff became entitled to use its property for any lawful purpose.

Read H.D.V.-Greektown, LLC v. Detroit, No. 08-1329.

ARGUED: Bradley J. Shafer, SHAFER & ASSOCIATES, P.C., Lansing, Michigan, for Appellants. Jeffrey S. Jones, CITY OF DETROIT LAW DEPARTMENT, Detroit, Michigan, for Appellee.

ON BRIEF: Bradley J. Shafer, Andrea E. Pritzlaff, SHAFER & ASSOCIATES, P.C., Lansing, Michigan, for Appellants. Jeffrey S. Jones, CITY OF DETROIT LAW DEPARTMENT, Detroit, Michigan, for Appellee.

OPINION AUTHORED BY RONALD LEE GILMAN, Circuit Judge.

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