A federal judge has dismissed an Atlanta-based digital advertising company’s antitrust suit against Google, ruling—for the second time—that its complaint was an improper “shotgun pleading” containing “numerous immaterial facts to support the causes of action” alleged in the lawsuit.
Shotgun complaints have long been frowned upon in the Eleventh Circuit, which is on record as having “little tolerance” for such pleadings.
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