The US Supreme Court redefines notice pleading and clearly raises the bar for plaintiffs in private antitrust conspiracy claims (Bell Atlantic/Twombly)

Twombly: The Demise of Notice Pleading, the Triumph of Milton Handler and the Uncertain Future of Antitrust Enforcement* The Supreme Court’s decision in Bell Atlantic Corp. v. Twombly, 550 U.S. 544 (2007) is a watershed ruling whose impact on private litigation, especially antitrust litigation, will reverberate for decades. Twombly has redefined

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Edward D. Cavanagh, The US Supreme Court redefines notice pleading and clearly raises the bar for plaintiffs in private antitrust conspiracy claims (Bell Atlantic/Twombly), 27 May 2007, e-Competitions Bulletin US Supreme Court, Art. N° 48707

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