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A Happy Dance For Plaintiffs Who Moot a Motion to Dismiss by Moving to Amend Their Complaint
Posted on 1 Sep 2015 by Mack Sperling

Maybe you've been in this situation before. You've moved to dismiss a complaint, have fully briefed your motion, and the defendant dances in on the day of the hearing on your motion and amends his complaint. And the defendant doesn't even... Read More

Deeper Look into Motions to Dismiss in a Post-Twombly and Iqbal Antitrust World
Posted on 25 May 2012 by Corporate and Securities Law Community Staff

by Dennis D. Palmer and Adam K. Fuemmeler Excerpt: 1. Recent Case Law: Applying Twombly To Parallel Conduct Cases a. Cases In Which The Court Found The Alleged Conspiracy Plausible Due likely to confusion regarding the plausibility standard... Read More

After Twombly and Iqbal: Motions to Dismiss in Parallel Conduct Cases
Posted on 24 May 2012 by Corporate and Securities Law Community Staff

by Dennis D. Palmer and Adam K. Fuemmeler This article analyzing recent court decisions considering motions to dismiss in antitrust cases is presented in two parts. Part I examines the Court's landmark decisions in Twombly and Iqbal, and discusses... Read More