Table of Contents for the April Issue of Concussion Litigation Reporter

April 2017, Vol. 5, No. 10

Timely reporting on developments and legal strategies at the intersection of sports and concussions—articles that benefit practicing attorneys who may be pursuing a claim or defending a client.

Articles

New Study Strengthens Calls for Further Investigation into CTE Links with Soccer.

Appeals Court: Use of Oklahoma Drill May Have Been Gross Negligence

Discussion on NCAA and Concussions Steals the Show at Harvard Law School Symposium

Appeals Court: What Coaches Don’t Know About a History of Concussion Cannot Hurt Them

Soccer Goalie Alleges Team Failed to Hold Him out of Practice After Suffering Concussion, Exacerbating Symptoms

BIAPA Executive Talks About Role of Organization and Membership’s Biggest Concerns

Concussion in Sport: Liability of Governing Bodies

Senate Bill 12 – An Analysis

NFLPA Assails Possible Change in Worker’s Comp Law in Illinois

Attorney Weighs in on Change to Workers’ Comp Law for Professional Athletes

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