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He has said previously that he expected the accuser to file a lawsuit against Kane, but Cambria said he was not sure what to expect now.
The woman has hired a personal injury attorney, Roland Cercone.
The league had approved of how the Blackhawks handled the case throughout a series of twisting plotlines."In light of the statement issued today by the Erie County District Attorney's Office, as an internal League matter, we intend to promptly review the information that may now be available to us," NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly said in a statement.
Unlike the NFL, the National Hockey League does not have a formal personal conduct policy or one addressing domestic violence.
He remained as accessible to the media as he has been in recent years — so long as there were only hockey-related questions to answer. Throughout the duration of the sexual assault investigation involving him, Blackhawks winger Patrick Kane has kept up appearances.He remained as accessible to the media as he has been in recent years — so long as there were only hockey-related questions to answer. (Chris Hine)Two months ago, Sedita's office had scheduled a grand jury presentation of the evidence but abruptly canceled it, raising questions about whether he was committed to bringing charges.On Thursday, Sedita said there were "significant material inconsistencies" between the woman's claims and those of other witnesses, although he did not detail those discrepancies.That could make it difficult to impose disciplinary action, said Nellie Drew, a law professor at the University at Buffalo who served as outside counsel for the NHL and as team attorney for the Buffalo Sabres."The challenging part is that if you don't have a written procedure or process, you're open to criticism for being arbitrary and capricious," she said.Paul Cambria, Kane's attorney, said he was pleased with the outcome."The position we took from day one, that there was no crime committed, no wrongful conduct committed, was thoroughly supported by the district attorney's investigation," he said in an interview with the Tribune.