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Douglas Gooding and John Ventola on notice pleading in Bankruptcy Law360

Bankruptcy Law360

 | May 24, 2010

 | Doug Gooding and John Ventola

Douglas Gooding and John Ventola co-wrote an article in Bankruptcy Law360 on notice pleading, which discusses recent US Supreme Court decisions which have ruled that plaintiffs in adversary proceedings in bankruptcy cases may no longer use 'notice pleading,' and therefore will have to plead their facts with greater specificity. 




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