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Bob Spinelli and Steve Capriotti win one for the NFL and the New York Giants

In a series of recent rulings by the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas, the National Football League and the New York Football Giants were successful in having Motions for Summary Judgment granted in a matter that arose out of a physical altercation between two spectators in the parking lot outside of Lincoln Financial Field following a Philadelphia Eagles football game in November, 2008.  The plaintiff maintained that by purchasing a ticket to the game, he created a contractual relationship with NFL and the Giants that was to protect him from all dangers, including those caused by his own disruptive and threatening behavior.  Bob Spinelli and Steve Capriotti who represented the NFL and the Giants maintained that there was no evidence that such a contract existed, and even if it did, the plaintiff’s own actions constituted a breach of that contract.  The Honorable Leon W. Tucker agreed with the arguments made on behalf of the NFL and the Giants and granted their Motions for Summary Judgment.