The US Supreme Court creates a motion-to-dismiss standard for antitrust cases (Bell Atlantic / Twombly)

What is the Twombly Motion-to-Dismiss Standard for Antitrust Cases? Comparing the Ninth and Second Circuits* As a long-standing antitrust attorney in Europe, making the decision to move from Madrid to San Diego a few years ago to practice law in the U.S. has been a life-changing experience. Both personally and professionally. Learning from other cultures, colleagues, and languages is something I strongly recommend to everyone. It opens your mind and provides you with a different perspective about the world and yourself. And of course, that also applies to the practice of law. Indeed, when you move to a new jurisdiction you basically become a “newborn” attorney, but with all your past experience in the backpack. That puts you in the best position to approach everything with a “fresh

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Luis Blanquez, The US Supreme Court creates a motion-to-dismiss standard for antitrust cases (Bell Atlantic / Twombly), 21 May 2007, e-Competitions May 2007, Art. N° 96449

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