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CTE and the Damaged Brain: A 2021 Update on Medical Assessment and Prognosis, and on Legal and Ethical Issues

Total Credits: 2.0 CLE, 2.0 Criminal Law Specialization, 2.0 Estate & Trust Law Specialization, 2.0 Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation Specialization, 2.0 Workers' Compensation Law Specialization

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Criminal Litigation |  Personal Injury Law |  Probate & Estate Planning |  Workers' Compensation
Original Program Date:
Dec 02, 2021


The realms of medicine and law continue to evolve in addressing CTE (Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy) as an issue in sports for former and current participants of all ages, for prospective participants, and for their families.

One purpose of this program is to provide an update for attorneys for whom CTE is a direct issue in their practice.
The second purpose of this program is to consider how developments in medicine and law in one area inform and guide related issues in other kinds of cases; for our purposes here, issues arising in cases involving concussion, traumatic brain injury and mental health.

Larry J. Cohen




Overall:      4.6

Total Reviews: 7


Craig P

"Larry is extremely knowledgeable and a good communicator."

Micah B

"Pretty average CLE. It feels as though it could have gone into more detail about how science meets litigation. Such as how Tau and imaging of the brain are used and specific details of the imaging are debated about causation of injuries. "

John M

"Truly excellent speaker with deep knowledge and great presentation with exemplar video clips. "