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Aaron Hernandez’s C.T.E diagnosis contributed to his first-degree murder

In a November 3, 2015 interview on CUNY TV: Science & U!, Michael Flomenhaft, in discussing O.J. Simpson’s culpability, anticipated the controversy now surrounding Aaron Hernandez. According to professors J.Amy Dillard and Lisa A. Tucker in their Opinion featured in The New York Times, “Is C.T.E. a Defense for Murder?” dated September 22, […]Read More >>

Michael Flomenhaft lectured on “Neuroscience and Justice” at SUNY at Binghamton

On February 17, 2017 Michael Flomenhaft delivered a lecture on “Neuroscience and Justice” sponsored by Harper College pre-Law and Integrated Neuroscience departments at SUNY at Binghamton. This lecture explored divergences between medicine and neuroscience in addressing issues confronting judges and juries. Conflicting understandings between these disciplines have emerged strongly on […]Read More >>

Dr. Bennet Omalu, M.D. who identified Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) asserts that O.J. Simpson probably suffered from brain trauma, agreeing with Michael Flomenhaft

Dr. Bennet Omalu,M.D., the neuro-pathologist who identified chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) in National Football League players, believes that brain trauma is the underlying explanation of the O.J. Simpson story. In the 1/28/2016 New York Post article by Mark Sanchez, entitled: ˜Concussion” doc bombshell:˜Bet” OJ Simpson has CTE, Dr. Omalu agrees with Michael […]Read More >>

Benedene Cannata served as moderator for “Doctors and Their Records at Trial” CLE sponsored by the New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers

As a Dean for the New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers, Benedene Cannata moderated a panel discussion on getting doctor’s records into evidence. She prepared comprehensive written materials and conducted the course as a workshop.    Ms. Cannata is a frequent speaker on this popular subject for the New […]Read More >>

Michael Flomenhaft featured on two televised programs: Today’s Verdict, “How Chronic Pain can Damage the Brain” and CUNY TV, Science &U! “Proof of Pain” episode

Currently more than 3.1 million children and adults in the U.S. live with a lifelong disability as a result of Traumatic Brain Injury. Do you know the signs and symptoms of a TBI or concussions? And what are your rights if you sustain a mild concussion? “Today’s Verdict” host David […]Read More >>

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