Eric Macramalla

TSN Radio

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Attorney based in Ontario, Canada, he is legal analyst for TSN and host of the radio show, Offside: The Business & Law of Sports

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The National Football League has been hit by 200 lawsuits by players who've suffered concussions. Now the National Hockey League is being taken to court by nine former players.

Second Concussion Lawsuit Takes Aim at NHL Culture of Violence

The National Football League has been hit by 200 lawsuits by players who've suffered concussions. Now the National Hockey League is being taken to court by nine former players.

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