Two New SSRN papers on Iqbal and Twombly pleadings standards

There are two new papers posted on SSRN discussing pleadings standards.
In “The Plausibility of Twombly: Proving Horizontal Agreements after Twombly“, Yale Law School professor Alvin K. Klevorick (Yale University – Law School) and New York University Ph.D. Sociology candidate Issa Kohler-Hausmann consider the plausibility standard from the perspective of antitrust doctrine.
 In “Responding to Twombly and Iqbal: Where Do We Go from Here?“, Iowa Law Review Bulletin, Vol. 95, 2010/Seton Hall Public Law Research Paper No. 1567694, Seton Hall University of Law professor Edward A. Hartnett considers whether a plaintiff should be able to obtain discovery in an effort to uncover evidence without which he or she cannot prevail.

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