NCAA Concussion Deal Discourages Future Recovery Suits

By Sindhu Sundar (July 31, 2014, 8:04 PM EDT) -- The NCAA has agreed to pay $70 million to set up a concussion-screening framework under a proposed settlement with former student-athletes this week, but attorneys say the deal would keep the organization's future litigation exposure low by requiring players to bring individual suits, rather than class actions, in order to seek recovery for treatment or injuries....

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