A recent antitrust case reminds of an important but infrequently-litigated point about the review of pleadings in the context of a motion to dismiss: “If an attached exhibit contradicts a factual allegation in the complaint, ‘then indeed the exhibit and not the allegation controls.’” Quadvest LP v. San Jacinto River Auth., No. 20-20447 (Aug. 3, 2021).

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