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Lawyers For O'Bannon Plaintiffs Seeking $52.4M In Attorneys' Fees, Recoverable Costs
Published August 25, 2014
NOT WHAT IT SEEMS? CBSSPORTS.com's Solomon reported former San Diego State football player Anthony Nichols "formally objected Friday" to the NCAA's $70M concussion settlement, with his lawyer telling a judge the deal is "a mess of a settlement." Chicago-based attorney Jay Edelson "filed a 28-page objection in the Northern District of Illinois, arguing the settlement doesn't cover medical costs for former college athletes as the suit originally intended" (CBSSPORTS.com, 8/22).