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April 5, 2010
Dodson on Federal Pleading and State Discovery
Professor Scott Dodson (William & Mary School of Law) has posted "Federal Pleading and State Presuit Discovery" on SSRN. It will be published in the Lewis & Clark Law Review.
The abstract states:
This Symposium Article explores the role that state presuit discovery could play in rectifying the information imbalance caused by Twombly and Iqbal. Several states allow presuit discovery in state courts. The Article explores the utility and limitations of using these state presuit discovery mechanisms in state court to gain access to information that plaintiffs need to survive a federal motion to dismiss under Twombly and Iqbal.
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