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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Layn Phillips
The court-appointed mediator who brokered a proposed $765 million deal between the NFL and 4,500 former players characterized it as a "win-win." So did the league and the players' lead attorney.
The NFL and former players must try to negotiate a dispute over whether complaints about concussion-related injuries belong in court or in arbitration, a federal judge said Monday.
These," Phillips wrote, "are goals everyone can share."
And as mediator Layn Phillips, a retired judge appointed by the U.S. District Court in Philadelphia, noted in a statement released after the proposed deal was announced, "The alternative was for the two sides to spend the next 10 years and millions of dollars on litigation, which would have been great for lawyers, expert witnesses, trial consultants and others.