Jason Luckasevic-First attorney to file a concussion lawsuit v. NFL

June 7, 2014

In July of 2011, Jason Luckasevic instituted the first ever concussion lawsuit against the NFL on behalf of 75 retired NFL players in California after countless hours of investigating the actions of the NFL and Riddell. He currently represents roughly 500 of the 4500 players suing the NFL for concealing the link between football and […]

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Rian Johnson: Film Director and Dodgers Fan

February 6, 2014

Rian Johnson is a LA Dodgers fan. If you go to Dodger Stadium, you might find him sitting in the stands. As one of the best film directors working today, he’s probably looking to blend in; wherever he goes he’s got rock star status; games would be much easier if he were a lawyer or […]

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Mark Lovell, Ph.D. – ImPACT Applications (Concussion Baseline Testing)

December 8, 2013

After reading League of Denial, I reached out to several of the doctors mentioned in the book. Mark Lovell, Ph.D. was quick to answer and willing to speak to me. Mark Lovell is a neuropsychologist. I refer my students to neuropsychologists on occasion. They are usually graduates of clinical psychology Ph.D. programs, and neuropsychology is […]

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Richard Deitsch vs. Clay Travis-The Great Debate (audio)

September 25, 2013

Last night I had the opportunity to moderate a debate between Richard Deitsch, the most powerful sports media writer in the country(employed by Sports Illustrated) and Clay Travis, owner of the website OutKicktheCoverage.com and host on Fox Sports 1 College Football every Saturday with Erin Andrews and Eddie George. What is a middle school counselor […]

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The NFL Settlement Makes Me Want to Bawl

August 29, 2013

Corporate Defense At one point in my career, when I was trying to make it as a screenwriter, I took a job as a legal secretary at a big law firm here in Texas. I worked in corporate defense litigation. My father had been a lawyer. He had connections, so it wasn’t hard getting a […]

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Bonnie Bernstein – female sportscaster (audio)

August 23, 2013

Bonnie Bernstein was named by the American Sportscasters Association as one of the top women sportscasters in her field. After spending 17 years covering some of the nation’s most prestigious sporting events on-air for ESPN and CBS, Bonnie now is the VP of Content and Brand Development and the face of Campus Insiders.

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Carly Reichert Blake – Sports Producer (audio)

August 5, 2013

Carly Reichert Blake was a communications major at the College of New Jersey. Upon graduation Carly moved to California where she was a production assistant, post production coordinator and director’s assistant on television shows ER, The West Wing, Third Watch and Monk. Her production responsibilities included talent relations, aiding Assistant Directions in running first team […]

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Elinor Kaine-first female NFL writer (audio)

August 1, 2013

Elinor Kaine Penna, in the 1960’s, was the first female sportswriter to exclusively cover the NFL. Kaine is most famous for not getting into the Yale Bowl press box on August 18, 1969 at the NY Jets 37-14 exhibition victory over the NY Giants. Miss Kaine went to court before officials would allow her to […]

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