McKenna v. Curtin

(United States First Circuit) – Affirming a district court dismissal of claims by an attorney suspended from the practice of law for a year in a suit against a host of judicial officers and administrators who participated in his disciplinary proceedings seeking the reinstatement of his license and money damages on the basis of alleged First, Seventh, and Fourteenth Amendment violations, but the Rooker-Feldman doctrine applies where a state court loser files in federal court and bars such actions.