The impact of two landmark Supreme Court rulings that changed the standards civil lawsuits must meet to proceed is still unclear, a panel of lawyers said Friday during a discussion at the American Constitution Society‘s annual conference.

The panel, titled “Access to Federal Courts after Iqbal and Twombly,” was billed as a freewheeling “bull session” by moderator Arthur Miller, a law professor at NYU Law School.

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