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NFL To Argue For Dismissal As Concussion Lawsuits Get Day In Court
Published April 9, 2013
The N.Y. TIMES' Ken Belson noted the league "has a good track record arguing that claims brought by former players should be thrown out of court." But this case "has several wrinkles because some plaintiffs played when there was no collective bargaining agreement and because the cases claim fraud and misrepresentation, which go beyond the scope of a labor agreement" (N.Y. TIMES, 4/8).