Monday, March 14, 2016, 11:13 AM Publishes Jason Hicks Article on Twombly Motion to Dismiss Standard published an article that I wrote about a recent divided Fourth Circuit decision on the pleading standard for a motion to dismiss an antitrust conspiracy.  In the article, I ask whether Twombly's "plausibility" standard is a type of Rorschach test that reveals a judges preconceived notions.  Is there an objective standard that can be consistently applied?  Or is "plausibility," like beauty, in the eye of the beholder.  Lastly I offer some practical advice for antitrust litigators when drafting a complaint or asserting/opposing a motion to dismiss.

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