Read the Latest about Today’s Sports Concussion Issue

The AUGUST issue of Concussion Litigation Reporter has been posted for subscribers.

Of noteworthy interest are the newly filed documents in a proposed class-action lawsuit brought against the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) that reveal internal emails and other new evidence of the NCAA’s knowledge of and failure to mitigate concussions in college sports…

  • Football’s Headache: The Concussion Litigation
  • Family of Former NFL Player Targets NFL, Others with Wrongful Death Suit
  • Attorneys Seek To Expand Concussion Litigation Against NCAA
  • Arrington’s Attorney Discusses Objective of Class Certification Bid against NCAA
  • Attorneys: New Documents in NCAA Concussions Case Illuminate NCAA Knowledge of Concussion Issues
  • Parents of Player, Who Suffered Concussion, Sue Little League Baseball Inc.
  • Michigan Follows National Trend, Passes New Sports Concussion Law
  • Attorneys Discuss the Interplay Between Athletic Trainers, Athletes, Coaches, Parents & Physicians
  • Scientists Zero in on Ways to Measure the Cumulative Effect of Head Hits in Football

In the field of research, scientists at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center have developed a new way to measure the cumulative effect of impacts to the head incurred by football players.

See Concussion Litigation Reporter for all the articles in this month’s issue.

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