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"From the Gym to the Jury" is a Bi-Monthy On-Line Newsletter designed to protect your sports programs (and yourself) from costly injuries, liability and lawsuits. This newsletter is a nationally acclaimed source for legal trends and risk management strategies for universities and sports programs.
Latest Newsletter ArticlesHere are just a few of the articles that you are missing in the latest Issue issue of FROM THE GYM TO THE JURY
FAMILY OF BOY KILLED AT
FOOTBALL CAMP SETTLES FOR $1 MILLION
The family of a 15-year-old boy who was killed at a summer football camp settled for $1 million before going to trial.
REFEREE CHARGED WITH MURDER
OF YOUTH BASKETBALL COACH
Joshua Adams, a basketball official and sheriff's deputy, was involved in a parking lot altercation with Justin Griffin, a coach in a youth basketball league, following a game in Jackson, MS. Adams had given Griffin a technical foul during the game. A fight ensued and Griffin died the following day as a result of injuries sustained in the fight.
SELF-ESTEEM OF NATIVE YOUTHS
A report by the Center for American Progress urges state and federal boards of education to enforce civil rights protections for American Indian and Alaska Native students.
SCHILLING BLAMES CHEWING
TOBACCO FOR ORAL CANCER
Curt Schilling, former major league pitcher, has stated he has "squamaus cell mouth cancer" and that he has been treated for the disease for some time. Schilling believes that his use of smokeless tobacco while playing baseball led to his cancer.
BIG 12 CONFERENCE WILL
START FEMALE FOOTBALL OFFICIAL
Catherine "Cat" Conti will be the first female official to work a Big 12 Conference football game this fall.
ATTORNEY FEES QUESTIONED
IN NFL CONCUSSIONS SETTLEMENT
The National Football League (NFL) reportedly agreed to pay the attorneys who initially sued the NFL over the issues of concussions $112.5 million in fees.