Latest Issue of Concussion Litigation Reporter is Packed with Ten Articles

June 2016, Vol. 4, No. 12

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 of High School Lacrosse Player Sues over Concussion
  • Federal Judge Denies NHL’s Motion to Dismiss in Concussion Case
  • Attorneys Debate California’s Worker Compensation Laws and the Role They Play with Concussions
  • Appeals Court Overturns Earlier Ruling, Holding School in Washington State May Be Liable in Concussion Case
  • Ex High School Football Player Sues School District, Alleging Failure to Follow Concussion Protocol
  • Attorney Shares Insights about How the Insurance Industry Is Dealing with the Concussion Crisis
  • Use of Ultrasound Technology to Monitor Sports Concussions Comes to Texas High Schools
  • Judge Favors WWE in Concussion, Citing ‘Inherent Risk’ in Sports as Factor
  • Riddell Files Patent Infringement Actions against Schutt Sports and Xenith, Could Impact Concussion-related Products
  • Bowling Green Reaches Settlement with Former Player Who Suffered Concussions
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