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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware recently issued a series of decisions in which the court dismissed preference-action complaints for insufficiency of the factual allegations contained in the complaints. These decisions represent an acknowledgment by the bankruptcy judiciary that the U.S. Supreme Court “meant what it said” in the Twombly and Iqbal cases about a heightened pleading standard with respect to civil-action complaints.

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Camisha is the Founder and Managing Member of Simmons Legal. She is dedicated to assisting parties in protecting their interests in corporate restructuring, creditors’ rights, real estate transactions, other business transactions, and litigation matters.

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