- Submitted for publication in December, 2000 is an article we wrote entitled Historical
Evolution Of Football Headgear. As soon as it is published you will be able to read the
paper on this website. Until then you can obtain a hard copy draft if you'll contact us.
- Published in December, 2000 in the Morrison, Mahoney & Miller Sports Law Journal is
an article we wrote about using helmets in winter sports-
The American Society For Testing And Materials Publishes A New Standard That Is Hoped Will
Increase Personal Protection During
- Dave Halstead authored an article, in the spring of 2000, for the quarterly newsletter Sidelines
entitled Safety in Youth Sports.
- Also in the fall of 2000 an article was invited by the Journal of Athletic Training
about the more recent development of standards for helmets and eye protection in
sports - Updates in Helmet, Face & Eye Protector Performance Testing. The anticipated
date of publication is early Fall of 2001 at which time you will be able to read the paper
on this website. Until then you can obtain a hard copy draft if you'll contact us.
- In the late summer of 2000, USA Today magazine requested that an article be written
by Dave Halstead regarding sport safety for today's youth-
Safety in Youth Sports.
- In 1998 a presentation was made at the ASTM symposium on ice hockey that was later
published in an ASTM text called Safety in Ice Hockey - Third Volume. The presentation
was about hockey headgear and the limitations of the current standards.
and the Adequacy of Current Designs and Standards.
- Also in 1998, a presentation was made at the International Ice Hockey Symposium meeting
in Zurich which was later published in their journal on Safety in Ice Hockey and republished by
Sugarman, Rogers, Barshak & Cohen Law Offices. The presentaton is entitled
Injuries, Protective Equipment and Standards in Ice Hockey
- David Halstead also co-authored the article Impact Dynamics of Football Helmets on Various
- The FASEB Journal published Drop Tower Experiment Involving Dynamic
Axial Loading of Human Cadaver Spines in 1995.