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March 28, 2016

In the News Today – March 28, 2016

  • NFL Slammed In New Class Action Over Brain Injuries:  A proposed class of NFL players preliminarily diagnosed with a disease linked to brain trauma filed a negligence suit against the league in Florida federal court Friday, a day after the New York Times released an investigative report linking NFL concussion research to flawed data. (Law 360) 


  • Law Graduate Who Sued Her School Loses at Trial: A jury in San Diego rejected claims by a law graduate, Anna Alaburda, that the Thomas Jefferson School of Law enticed her to enroll by using misleading graduate employment figures. In the first — and perhaps last — such case to reach the courtroom, Alaburda argued that the school reported a higher percentage of its graduates landed jobs after graduation than was actually the case, and that she relied on the bogus data to choose to attend the school. (The New York Times)

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