August 2016, Vol. 5, No. 2
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.
• Court Doesn’t Buy Chubb’s Privacy-Based Argument in Concussion Case
•Will Risk Homeostasis Figure in Hornung’s Lawsuit Against Riddell?
• Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy and Its Link to Repetitive Head Trauma in Sports: A Research Update
•Unnecessary Roughness: FTC Sacking Claims About Brain Health
•Evaluating the Legal and Policy Response to Concussions — a Skeptical View
•Arbitrator to Decide Case Involving Concussion Prevention Program
•Football Concussion Update: Player-on-Player Hits Cause More Serious Head Impacts
•NHL Commissioner Bettman Argues There’s No Evidence Supporting Link Between Hockey and Brain Trauma
•Family of Player Who Died from Concussion-Related Injuries Settles with NCAA, Maryland