7 May 2021 - Written by Edward James & Nicholas Robinson

Concussion in Sport: Gender Differences Highlighted by Results of Recent Study

The issue of concussion in sport is frequently in the news at the moment. The risks and consequences of concussion have been highlighted in rugby, football, boxing and many other sports. However, the vast majority of these issues have been focussed on male participant...

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9 December 2020 - Written by Gareth McAloon & Alex Denton

Proposed Claim on behalf of Ex-Rugby Players with Early Onset Dementia

Followers of our Disease Blog may have noticed a slight trend in some of our posts which have focused on the potential for future claims for damages in respect of early onset dementia and Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (“CTE”) for ex-sportsmen and s...

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6 November 2020 - Written by Patrick Limb QC & Kam Jaspal

Paris: Match Postponed

Last month nothing happened and that matters. The International Conference on Concussion in Sport (organised by the Concussion in Sport Group) is a key meeting at which, on a broadly quadrennial basis, a group of approximately 40 e...

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