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Temptations Fan Tripped at Gig
Highest Court N.D. Mississippi
Year Ended 2008
Plaintiffs Concert Attendee(s)
Defendants Harrah's Entertainment
Music Proprietor(s)
Other No Other parties on file
Short Description A person who tripped over a light cord at a Temptations Concert sued the Temptations, their agent, and the casino. Apparently, the house lights had been turned back on at the end of the show. The agent for the band was granted summary judgment against the tort claims. There was no evidence the agent had responsibility for or knowledge of the light cords emplaced in the venue. - JMC

Legal Issues
Torts Negligence Negligent Supervision, Procedures & Precautions
    Personal & Emotional Injury

Opinions Burt v. Grand Casinos Tunica, Inc.
2008 WL 619422
N.D. Mississippi , March 03, 2008 ( No. 2:07CV12-P-A )

Burt v. Grand Casinos Tunica, Inc.
2007 WL 2688558
N.D. Mississippi , September 10, 2007 ( No. 2:07CV012-P-B )

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Related Searches Parties
Concert Attendee(s) ( Plaintiff )
Harrah's Entertainment ( Defendant )
Music Proprietor(s) ( Defendant )
Temptations ( Defendant )

Legal Issues
Torts / Negligence / Negligent Supervision, Procedures & Precautions
Torts / Negligence / Personal & Emotional Injury

N.D. Mississippi (highest court)

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