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Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Brown Testifies in NFL Arbitration — Pacific McGeorge School of Law

"Professor Melissa Brown does not normally follow football, but she has found herself paying more attention of late to the sport. Her new-found interest follows her retention as an expert witness for the NFL Players' Association at an arbitration hearing involving a workers' compensation law dispute with NFL owners. The arbitration, and the flurry of lawsuits involving NFL injuries, is part of the growing recognition of the impact the game has on the long-term health of the players."

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