Good article here in The Federal Lawyer on Iqubal in the Circuit courts by John McCarthy, President of the SDNY Chapter of the Federal Bar Association.
Disclosure: I am on the Editorial Board of The Federal Lawyer and serve as a Federal Bar Association Vice President for the Second Circuit. I still think it's a good article. McCarthy found 5,200 cases citing Iqubal, 242 of which were appellate decisions.
Monday, May 24, 2010
Pleadings and Iqubal - How Courts Are Interpreting Rule 12(b)(6)
Labels: copyright infringement, federal rules of civil procedure, filing a complaint, iqubal, pleading copyright infringement, rule 12(b)(6)
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