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This Week In Sports Law: Redskins Trademark Update, Dez Bryant Settles, Concussions To SCOTUS?

This week in Sports Law covers a Supreme Court case that may influence the Washington Redskins' trademarks, Dez Bryant settling a distracting lawsuit, former NFL players seeking to have concussion litigation reviewed by the highest court, and more.
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