In Defense of Complete Preemption

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Paul E. McGreal responds to both Gil Seinfeld’s original article and Trevor W. Morrison’s response, Complete Preemption and the Separation of Powers, arguing that both Seinfeld and Morrison fail to fully conceptualize the well-pleaded complaint rule and asserting that “the complete preemption doctrine and the bar on pleading anticipated defenses are simply two sides of the well-pleaded complaint coin.”

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