Bread Pudding With Twiqbal

My wife and I organize our visits to New Orleans around food – specifically bread pudding.  If time permits, we’ll hit Palace Cafe for white chocolate bread pudding, Commander’s Palace (where we were engaged, by the way) for the bread pudding souffle, and BonTon for, um, whiskey garnished with a little bread pudding.  All good, but different.  Motions are like that too.  In the last month I’ve posted on Twiqbal decisions by Judges Payne, Mazzant and Albright, and a few weeks earlier, Judge Kernodle.  Today I have the same analysis but with its own unique flavor (perhaps honey?) from Judge Gilstrap.

Dismissing/Striking Pleadings, the Anti-Injunction Act and Stays

While motions to dismiss pleadings on any one of a variety of grounds are fairly routine, this is one of those cases where the cook decided to toss some peanut butter, cilantro and carrots into the pancake batter, and the court had to step in to consider where the line needed to be drawn. Oh, and there’s a stay request too.