Private plaintiffs may be deterred from filing long-shot antitrust claims against big corporations because of a major Supreme Court ruling issued Monday.
By a 7-2 vote in Bell Atlantic v. Twombly, the Court said “a bare assertion of conspiracy will not suffice” to get beyond the summary judgment stage in claims under �1 of the Sherman Act.
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