The litigation may have slowed when it comes to concussions. But certainly not the debate about chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).
Just a couple years ago, those who questioned the threat of CTE in contact sports were considered to be in denial. That has changed, however, thanks to a better understanding in the medical community and the courts, who have reconsidered the prevalence of CTE as well as the assumption that it is a progressive, degenerative disease.
That debate over CTE will take center stage at 1 p.m. EST on December 1 when experts gather for a 1-hour webinar sponsored by Wilson Elser and Concussion Defense Reporter.
Presenters in the webinar include:
- Tannahill Glen, PsyD, ABPP (https://www.tannahillglen.com/)
- Rudy Castellani, MD (https://medicine.hsc.wvu.edu/neuroscience/faculty-labs/rudolph-j-castellani-md/)
- Anthony Corleto, Partner, Wilson Elser
- Anthony Strasius, Partner, Wilson Elser
Wilson Elser has been at the forefront of sports concussion law, representing clients nationwide, who are under assault by plaintiffs’ attorneys who are relying on the science around CTE in an effort to prove their claims.
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