ADMINISTRATIVE LAW AND ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCIES

American Textile Manufacturers Institute, Inc. v. Donovan (U.S. Sup. Ct. 1981)—The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 Places Worker Health Above All Other Considerations and Does Not Require the Secretary to Conduct a Cost-Benefit Analysis Before Setting Standards Which Limit Worker Exposure to Toxic Substances or Harmful Physical Agents…..31:683

The Biotechnology Revolution and Its Regulatory Evolution…..38:471

Bureaucracy and the Right to Counsel…..37:639

Cable Television: The Practical Implications of Legal Regulation and Control…..27:391

The Effect of a Claim of Privilege Upon the Subpoena Power of an Administrative Law Judge…..28:67

The Freedom of Information Act: A Branch Across the Moat?…..22:570

In the Defense of Unpaid Internships: Proposing a Workable Test for Eliminating Illegal Internships…..63:341

Iowa Department Rules, Book Review…..2:39

Judicial Review of Administrative Action in Iowa…..21:1

Land Use Regu1atory Power of Conservation Districts in the Midwestern States for Controlling Nonpoint Source Pollutants…..33:35

The Logic of Experience: A Historical Study of the Iowa Open Meeting Law…..60:497

Maislin Industries v. Primary Steel, 110 S. Ct. 2759 (1990)–Trucking Companies Charging Less than Their Tariff Filed with the Interstate Commerce Commission May Recover Undercharges from Shippers Despite Deregulation of the Trucking Industry…..41:359

Minnesota Public Interest Research Group v. Butz (8th Cir. 1976)—Plan of the United States Forest Service to Continue Commercial Logging of Virgin Timber in Minnesota Wilderness Area and Supporting Environmental Impact Statement Held to Be in Compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act…..26:220

Mioholin v. Vorhies (Iowa 1982)—BROKERS: The Iowa Real Estate Commission’s Regulation, Requiring All Listing Agreements to Be in Writing, Is Within the Administrative Agency’s Delegated Authority to Safeguard the Interests of the Public and Thus Renders All Oral Listing Agreements Void by Repealing Iowa’s Common Law…..32:845

The New Iowa Income Tax Regulations…..5:15

Open Meetings and Closed Minds: Another Road to the Mountaintop…..53:11

Public Utility Rate Regulation and the Iowa Administrative Procedure Act—Extending Maximum Procedural Protection to Public Utilities at Public Expense…..26:483

Regulating Conflicts of Interest in the Technology Transfer Age: Promoting Public Trust or Defeating Public Interest?…..40:385

Remedies for Conflicts of Interest Among Public Officials in Iowa….. 22:600

A Review of the Federal Equal Credit Opportunity Act…..27:1

S.E.C. Regulation of Resale of Securities by Controlling Persons of Non-Reporting Issuers: The Ghost of Ira Haupt Reads the “Wheat Report” and Rule 144…..20:576

Simon v. Eastern Kentucky Welfare Rights Organization (U.S. 1976)—Federal Plaintiffs Seeking to Challenge Governmental Action Under the Administrative Procedure Act Must Show Actual, Particularized Injury, Direct Causation, and Substantial Probability that the Court’s Remedy Will Redress the Injury, in Order to Meet the Article III Case and Controversy Requirement…..26:728

Veto of Agency Rules…..2:35

Workers’ Compensation Contested Cases Under the IAPA…..27:59