Following a yearlong humanitarian trip to Another Country, Rock Star Big Bad Bruce, planned to return to his home in the USA to announce his run for political office. Fans wanted to welcome Big Bad Bruce home by gathering at Baltimore Airport when he arrived and to express their support for his candidacy. Baltimore Airport is a large international airport, which serves several major airlines and has five concourses with numerous gates, parking lots and grassy knolls. The planned welcome home gathering would involve about 200 enthusiastic fans and a 15 minute speech by Big Bad Bruce to the group about his political views.
Baltimore Airport is owned and operated by the State of Maryland's Department of Transportation. One of the airport's regulations, Section B, forbids "any gathering of more than 30 people anywhere in the airport unless travel related." The stated purpose of Section B "is to avoid congestion and to promote the smooth operation of the airport." Violators of Section B are subject to a fine up to $1,000 and/or incarceration of up to 6 months. Big Bad Bruce's fans have requested permission to hold their welcome-home gathering in the airport, but the airport has denied this request based solely upon Section B. Big Bad Bruce's fans hire you to file a lawsuit challenging Section B in order to obtain access to the airport for the welcome-home gathering.
Discuss in detail the basis of any challenges to Section. B and evaluate the Big Bad Bruce's fans' chances for success.
Case Analysis Research Project
Write an extensive, comprehensive analysis of applicable court cases related to this area of law and how it applies to the set of facts.
The question belongs to Law and it discusses filing a suit against an airport which has denied permission to the fans of a home returning rock star after his world tour with an intention for running for participating in the coming elections. A case needs to be filed against the airport for citing reasons for not letting the fans meet their rock star in the airport.
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