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A higher hurdle: U.S. high court says complaint must state ‘plausible’ set of facts (access required)

The U.S. Supreme Court has set a higher hurdle for a plaintiff filing a civil complaint in federal court. In 2007 the court issued an antitrust case that heightened the standard of proof required to survive a motion to dismiss in federal court. A new case makes it clear that the higher standard is applicable across the ...

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  1. Very good inofrmation

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