Ep. 203: NFL Drops Race-Based Tests For Concussion Payouts
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The NFL has agreed to end the use of a controversial race-based method of evaluating brain damage claims as part of its billion-dollar concussion settlement, months after a federal judge said she was “concerned” by the practice. On this week’s show, we’re breaking down the controversy, the NFL’s new move and what it means going forward. Plus, a Supreme Court ruling on a federal hacking law that critics warned could criminalize normal internet users; and more blowback from the bench for law firm Robbins Geller, this time over “reprehensible" efforts to steer a case toward a Long Island courthouse.
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