Plausibility Analysis

Plausibility Analysis

Definition

A two-step test courts use to determine if a complaint pleads sufficient facts to avoid dismissal. First, the court separates any conclusory allegations and accepts all remaining factual allegations as true. Second, the court determines if the facts as pleaded and all inferences reasonably drawn from them state a plausible claim for relief under applicable law.

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