April 2016 Concussion Litigation Reporter Goes Live

April 2016, Vol. 4, 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.

Table of Contents

  • Family Seeks Upward of $20 Million in Wake of Defendants’ Alleged Failure to Follow Concussion Protocol
  • Court Deals Blow to NFL’s Pension Plan in Concussion-Related Case
  • Researcher Zeroes in on Genetic Connection to Prolonged Recovery from Concussion
  • Canadian Court Dismisses Football Concussion Case and Sends it to Arbitration
  • Hard impact: US NFL Concussion Injury Litigation – implications for Australian claims
  • Court Finds Allegation of Civil Rights Violations Misplaced in Concussion Case
  • Female Athletes May Suffer More Concussions than Male Athletes
  • Settlement Reached Between Pop Warner Football and Family of Teen Who Killed Himself
  • Settlement Reached Between Student Athlete and Portland State University in Concussion Litigation
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