May 2016 Issue of Concussion Litigation Reporter is Live

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May 2016 Issue of Concussion Litigation Reporter is Live

The Table of Contents for the May 2016 issue of Concussion Litigation Reporter is available:

The Limits of Fairness Ethics and Gender Equity in Football

Former Jacksonville University Player Sues School, Trainer, and Others over Concussions

With the Risk of Concussion, Athletes Should Consider a Lasting Power of Attorney

Judge Grants Helmet Maker’s Motion to Dismiss Product Liability Claim

Canadian Football League Decrees that Injury Spotter Will Be Added to Command Centre for All Games

Former USC Player, Who Claims He Was Forced to Play While Concussed, Settles with School and Ex-Coach

The NFL Should Be Doing More If It Wants to Preserve the Future of the Game

Developing an Athletic Department Concussion Management Policy/Protocol

Ex-NFL Player Tracy Scroggins’ Lawsuit Against the NFL Faces Major Hurdle

Steady Examines Sub-concussive Hits and the Damage They Can Cause

Case Against NCAA in Death of Football Player Will Go to Trial