H.R.4115: Open Access to Courts Act of 2009
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Under the bill, a judge could only grant a 12(b)(6), (c) or (e) motion to dismiss if no set of facts supported the allegations in the plaintiff's pleading.
The bill would prohibit the judge to dismiss a case because it was implausible or because it failed to raise the inference that the defendant would be liable for the alleged misconduct.This bill is a reaction to the recent Supreme Court decisions in Iqbal and Twombly.
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