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Notice pleadings, the AAJ takes notice



The American Association for Justice schedules a teleseminar, "Iqbal/Twombly: The Death of Notice Pleading?"

On September 17 AAJ will hold an exclusive teleseminar on Iqbal/Twombly: The Death of Notice Pleading? This teleseminar will feature J. Douglas Richards who argued the case before the US Supreme Court on behalf of the plaintiffs-respondents and John Vail of the Center for Constitutional Litigation, P.C. which submitted an amicus brief on behalf of the American Association for Justice in support of the respondents.

Last year Richards published a piece in a St. Johns University symposium, "Three Limitations of Twombly: Antitrust Conspiracy Inferences in a Context of Historical Monopoly." And the AAJ's amicus brief in Iqbal is here.

UPDATE (Sunday): The agenda for the seminar is now posted online here.

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Center for Legal Policy at the
Manhattan Institute
igorodetski@manhattan-institute.org

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Manhattan Institute
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