Recently, I ran a blog about shenanigans of the 2nd Circuit that accepted defective unsigned filing by NYS Attorney General Andrew Ayers served to the wrong address (not served, in other words) in opposition to the extension of page limit on appeal by my husband Frederick J. Neroni - where Mr. Neroni was trying to cover not only appellate issues, but issues occurring after dismissal covering misconduct of defendants through actions inconsistent with their positions in litigation and consistent with Mr. Neroni's position that the defendants had dismissed.
I will run a separate blog on work ethic of Andrew Ayers.
Right now I would like to concentrate on Andrew Ayers' fight against Mr. Neroni's request to exceed the page limit of 30 pages in the appellant's brief set by the court rules of the 2nd Circuit.
Yet, I read today on Twitter that on October 26, 2015, NFL lawyers filed a 59-page brief with the same court.
I went to Pacer.gov, found the case, checked the docket file - and voila!
No motions to extend page limit, no "notices of defective filings" - such as the ones that the 2nd Circuit court posted on Pacer for Mr. Neroni for filing a brief exceeding that page limit (but not to Andrew Ayers, former clerk of that court, for filing an unsigned and unserved document).
And, NFL never filed a motion for extension for page limit either.
Nothing like a little more proof of discrimination against pro se civil rights litigants discovered on a #LoveYourLawyerDay.