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Really, Really Ticked Photographer Keeps Suing (I)
Highest Court First Circuit
Year Ended 1996
Plaintiffs Photographer(s)
Defendants Capitol Records
Music Manager(s)
Music Promoter(s)
Music Proprietor(s)
State Entity and/or Official(s)
Other Ross, Diana
Segar, Bob
Short Description A photographer claimed that preventing his photography at public events constituted a violation of his First Amendment rights. The photographer had been prevented from taking pictures at concerts held at the Providence Civic Center when the venue's contracts with performers prevented photography. The photographer had frequently sued the promoters and others, often being dismissed for failing to comply with procedural rules. The Court upheld the dismissal of his latest claim for many reasons, but mostly dealing with the photographer's refusal to abide by rules. - JMC

Legal Issues
Conflicts of Law Jurisdiction & Forum Service of Process
    Subject Matter Jurisdiction
Constitutional Law Fifth Amendment Due Process
  First Amendment Free Exercise & Association
    Media Protection & Public Interest
  Fourteenth Amendment Equal Protection
    State Action
  General Civil Rights
Contracts Breach General
General Affirmative Defenses Prior Pending Action & Abstention
    Statutes of Limitation
Torts Dignitary Torts Defamation & Injurious Falsehood
  Economic Torts Interference with Contract, Business, Interests & Expectancy
  Intentional Torts Assault & Battery
    False Arrest/Imprisonment
    Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress
    Malicious Prosecution


Opinions D'Amario v. Russo
1996 WL 666766
D. Rhode Island , November 12, 1996 ( No. 89-0011L )


D'Amario v. Professional Security Services
1992 WL 240652
First Circuit , September 30, 1992 ( No. 92-1187 )


D'Amario v. Russo
750 F.Supp. 560
D. Rhode Island , November 14, 1990 ( No. 89-0011L )


D'Amario v. Russo
718 F.Supp. 118
D. Rhode Island , November 14, 1990 ( No. 89-0011L )


D'Amario v. Providence Civic Center Authority
639 F.Supp. 1538
D. Rhode Island , July 30, 1986 ( No. 83-0336-S )


D'Amario v. Providence Civic Center Authority
783 F.2d 1
First Circuit , January 24, 1986 ( No. 85-1357 )


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Related Searches Parties
Capitol Records ( Defendant )
Music Manager(s) ( Defendant )
Music Promoter(s) ( Defendant )
Music Proprietor(s) ( Defendant )
Photographer(s) ( Plaintiff )
Ross, Diana ( Other )
Segar, Bob ( Other )
State Entity and/or Official(s) ( Defendant )

Legal Issues
Conflicts of Law / Jurisdiction & Forum / Service of Process
Conflicts of Law / Jurisdiction & Forum / Subject Matter Jurisdiction
Constitutional Law / Fifth Amendment / Due Process
Constitutional Law / First Amendment / Free Exercise & Association
Constitutional Law / First Amendment / Media Protection & Public Interest
Constitutional Law / Fourteenth Amendment / Equal Protection
Constitutional Law / Fourteenth Amendment / State Action
Constitutional Law / General / Civil Rights
Contracts / Breach / General
General / Affirmative Defenses / Prior Pending Action & Abstention
General / Affirmative Defenses / Statutes of Limitation
Torts / Dignitary Torts / Defamation & Injurious Falsehood
Torts / Economic Torts / Interference with Contract, Business, Interests & Expectancy
Torts / Intentional Torts / Assault & Battery
Torts / Intentional Torts / False Arrest/Imprisonment
Torts / Intentional Torts / Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress
Torts / Intentional Torts / Malicious Prosecution

Courts
First Circuit (highest court)
D. Rhode Island


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