Monthly Archives: September 2012

Smoking Guns, Big Tobacco, and the Demise of Football: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the NFL Concussion Litigation

Replacement referees blowing game-deciding calls might just be the best thing to ever happen to the NFL. While fans and the media work themselves into a frenzy over the sad state of football officiating, the concussion litigation continues to move … Continue reading

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Stanford Sacking Student-Athlete Rights

While most sports fans have recently been consumed with the start of football season and the truly wild MLB wildcard chases, the state of California created a law that could eventually alter the entire landscape of college athletics. On Aug. … Continue reading

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