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What You Need to Know About Twombly: The Use and Misuse of Economic and Statistical Evidence in Pleadings

David Evans ()

Antitrust Chronicle, 2009, vol. 7

Abstract: This article explores what sorts of economic and statistical evidence help establish that a claim is plausible and what do not.

Date: 2009
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