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August Issue of Concussion Litigation Reporter Is Out

Table of Contents NIH Dissolves Tumultuous Relationship with the NFL Washington State Supreme Court Points to Lystedt Law in Swank Ruling More Questions Remain After CTE Study, Experts Weigh In South Carolina High School Football Coach Jeffrey Cruce Was Allegedly Terminated for Seeking to Protect Players from Head Trauma Six Hundred Seconds – It’s Not…
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Parachute announces Canadian Guideline on Concussion in Sport to Protect Health of Active Canadians

Concussions in sport are a recognized public health problem because of their frequency of occurrence and their potential short- and long-term consequences. These include cognitive, emotional and physical symptoms, and when left undetected, even death. Parachute Canada (Parachute) works closely with concussion experts from across the country to better understand the most effective prevention, recognition…
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July 2017 Issue of Concussion Litigation Reporter

Here’s the table of contents of the July 2017 (Vol. 6, No. 1) issue of Concussion Litigation Reporter, which features timely reporting on developments and legal strategies at the intersection of sports and concussions. Articles Fourth Circuit Affirms Lower Court Ruling, Finding NFL’s Post-Retirement Disability Apparatus Failed Ex-Player Court Dismisses Concussion Lawsuit Against Coach as…
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