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Ohio High Court To Tackle CTE Onset In NCAA Injury Suit

Law360 (April 10, 2018, 10:29 PM EDT) -- The Ohio Supreme Court will consider Wednesday whether to keep alive claims seeking to hold the NCAA and the University of Notre Dame liable for the later-in-life brain diseases of a former college football player, a case that could set the stage for future litigation over latent brain conditions such as CTE suffered by athletes.

Here, Law360 reviews the history of the case in advance of the oral arguments.

What's at Stake

The Ohio Supreme Court took up an appeal by the National Collegiate Athletic Association...
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