SCOTUScast 5-25-07 featuring Richard A. Nagareda

Bell Atlantic Corp v. Twombley
Featuring Richard A. Nagareda
May 25, 2007

In Bell Atlantic Corp v. Twombley, the U.S. Supreme Court limited antitrust lawsuits, making it easier for defendants to win dismissal prior to extensive discovery. In its decision, the Court determined that a complaint will withstand a motion to dismiss if it includes factual allegations sufficient to give plausibility to the underlying its claim in the complaint.

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