The Times article is noteworthy for two reasons: First, it shows that the popular press has now recognized the importance of Iqbal. Second — and more important to us, but less important to you — the article quotes one of your humble scribes.
(For readers tracking the benefits of blogging, that’s the second time we’ve been quoted by the Times as a result of our labors here. The first time (here) was in the wake of the Riegel v. Medtronic decision a year and a half ago. We’re not sure that quite compensates for the effort that we put into this labor of love, but it’s certainly nice to be recognized.)