The music was hopping and the the singles were doing The Hustle to the beat of the Black Eyed Peas. All was good until the plaintiff went down mid-spin, ostensibly due to a spilled drink on the dance floor, sustaining a significant wrist fracture. The dance party organizers had rented a banquet hall and supplied a DJ for the singles event. The plaintiff filed suit against the banquet hall owners, as well as the singles dance party organizers. On our motion for summary judgment at the close of discovery, the trial judge agreed that the dance party defendants did not breach any duty of care owned to the dance party attendees with respect to a transient hazardous condition in the premises rented. So put on your dance shoes ’cause I got a feelin’… and contact Vicki Connolly for more information on this case.