Latest Issue of CLR Looks at Litigation from Youth Sports to the Pros

The latest issue of Concussion Litigation Reporter examines concussion litigation arising from youth sports to high school athletics, as well as the collegiate and professional ranks.

We also look at recent research and litigation in the manufacturing space, such as a recent judicial opinion involving the former officers in a helmet reconditioning company and the False Claims Act.

Here is the Table of Contents for the December issue:

  • The Wait is Over – NHL Concussion Class Action Lawsuit Finally Filed
  • Concussed Football Player Claims He Was Denied His Constitutional Rights
  • Student Athletes Pepper NCAA with Lawsuits, One Focuses on What NCAA Knew About Susceptibility to Future Concussions
  • Brain Still Injured from Concussion After Symptoms Fade
  • Court Holds for Plaintiffs in Case Involving Reconditioned Helmets and False Claims Act
  • A New Potential Area of Liability Exposure to Equipment Manufacturers
  • Student Athlete Sues School District for Slow Response to Concussion
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