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A Proceduralist’s Perspective on Court Access After Twombly

BY | July 28, 2009

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Robert Bone, Jul 30, 2009 Many judges, lawyers, and academics worry that the federal courts are in serious…

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle

Robert Bone, Jul 30, 2009

Many judges, lawyers, and academics worry that the federal courts are in serious trouble, plagued by high litigation costs, huge delays and case backlogs, and unacceptable risks of frivolous litigation. These complaints are not new; they began in a strong way about three decades ago and have remained intense ever since. Whether the situation is as serious as the critics claim and there are certainly those

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