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December 02, 2009


Timothy P. Flynn

In researching the Iqbal case on Westlaw, I did not see "1500 district court decisions related to Iqbal in the four months after it came down in May." I would like to know more about these cases, as I was anticipating a great flood of citation to this case, as federal trial courts use it to prune their dockets. The WL case history, however, only indicates 8 direct references.

Also, can you supply any more information about the proposed legislation; who sponsored the bill; does it seek to re-write the applicable FRCP?

Great blog post; timely and interesting topic.

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