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"A Twombly of Scholarship"

Beck and Herrmann dip into (as they have again and again) the steady stream of recent law school discussions of Twombly, Iqbal, and the tightening of pleading standards. Like the Supreme Court -- but unlike so many of the academic commentators -- they consider it a step forward to protect litigants from the costs of process inflicted by legal actions based on vague or unfounded pleadings.

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Isaac Gorodetski
Project Manager,
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Manhattan Institute

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Press Officer,
Manhattan Institute


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