Lott v. Levitt, Part VII

Since our initial coverage, William Ford and Tim Lambert have been following this case so closely that I’ve been focusing on other issues where I have more of a comparative advantage rather than doing posts that would end up being similar to theirs. It’s unlikely that I’m going to have anything new to say about the case that you haven’t seen in earlier posts, so, barring major developments, from hereon out I defer to their coverage; John Lott’s blog also has occasional coverage of the case, as does Levitt’s. One last roundup of links:

As I previously mentioned, Levitt’s motion to dismiss is unlikely to succeed because of liberal pleading rules in modern civil procedure that forbid the consideration of evidence in most circumstances.

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