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  • Former D.C. Archbishop Resigns Amid New Allegation of Sexual Abuse
    Former D.C. Archbishop Resigns Amid New Allegation of Sexual Abuse

    By: Megan Gibson Former Washington, D.C. Roman Catholic archbishop, Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, is now facing a new allegation of sexual abuse. The Vatican had already suspended McCarrick last month, ...

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  • Bicyclist Community Gathers to Demand Change
    Bicyclist Community Gathers to Demand Change

    By: Ashley Page-Nelson Last week the Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA) organized a rally to raise awareness about the alarming upward trend of bicyclist fatalities in the District and the ...

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  • Judge Denies Class Certification for Former Hockey Players in NHL Concussion Lawsuit
    Judge Denies Class Certification for Former Hockey Players in NHL Concussion Lawsuit

    By: Allan M. Siegel On Friday July 13, 2018, a Minnesota federal judge declined to certify a class of thousands of current and former hockey players who alleged the National Hockey League (NHL) failed ...

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  • Former Hockey Players File Concussion Lawsuit Against NHL
    Former Hockey Players File Concussion Lawsuit Against NHL

    By: Allan M. Siegel In June, two former NHL players recently followed up on their outspoken efforts to raise awareness about concussions in professional hockey by filing a formal lawsuit against the ...

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  • Former Football Player Discusses Impact of Collegiate Career and NCAA Concussion Lawsuit
    Former Football Player Discusses Impact of Collegiate Career and NCAA Concussion Lawsuit

    By: Allan M. Siegel We’ve written a lot on brain injuries and high-profile cases involving sports-related concussions and their impact on athletes. This includes the pending concussion lawsuit against ...

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  • Who Can Be Held Liable for a Swimming Pool Accident?
    Who Can Be Held Liable for a Swimming Pool Accident?

    By: Allan M. Siegel Swimming pools are a popular way to cool off during the summer months, and while they can be a fun way to beat the heat or get your exercise, pools are not without their risks. ...

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