Sports Medicine and the Law is the one-stop publication for news, case summaries, articles, and strategies concerning sports medicine and the law, whether they arise at the professional, collegiate, high school, and amateur levels. Our goal is not just to inform, but to help share solutions. Recent headlines include:

  • ‘Sled Head’ Symptoms and a ‘No-Head-Contact Drill’ Gone Wrong: Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy and Concussion go to the Olympics
  • Concussion “Diagnostic” Tools – Technologies Generate Buzz, But Experts Urge Caution
  • New South Wales Supreme Court Dismisses Controversial Concussion Lawsuit
  • Court Rules for Iowa School District and teacher in Concussion Lawsuit
  • Qualified Immunity Shields Public HS Coach and Athletic Trainer from Liability
  • CSMAS Supports Comprehensive Student-Athlete Well-Being Survey, Review of Cannabinoid Policy
  • Chicago State Announces Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine
  • New Study Analyzes Rates of Concussions and Closed Head Injuries in High School-Aged Female Athletes Over the Past 20 Years
  • Dent v. NFL Lives On as the Court Considers the Latest Machinations in the Painkiller Litigation
  • Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy and Concussion go to Olympics