Judge will rule on NFL motion to dismiss concussion lawsuit July 22
On July 22, a U.S. District judge will rule on the NFL's motion to dismiss the concussion lawsuit that has been filed by thousands of players against the league.
Addressing the concussion lawsuit filed by thousands of NFL players against the league remains a major concern to all involved. And July 22 is the next big date to target in that lawsuit.
"I will rule when I sort this whole thing out for myself," Brody said in early April when she initially heard arguments from the two sides.
The league would prefer to have the case handled in arbitration and has argued that Section 301 of the Labor Management Relations act prevents a lawsuit from being the determining method for resolving this matter.
There's almost always some sort of recourse for the losing side in the manner of an appeal; winning a motion to dismiss doesn't guarantee a free ride.
But whoever emerges victorious in the July 22 ruling will have a big leg up in terms of deciding where the next battle in the concussion lawsuit is being fought.
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