Anatomy of a Double Whammy: The Application of Rule 68 Offers and Fee Waivers of Civil Rights Attorneys’ Fees Under Section 1988…..37:103

Attorney Fees: Exceptions to the American Rule…..25:717

Boddie Slam: Questioning the Constitutionality of the Financial Burden of Marriage Dissolution with Incarcerated Defendants in Iowa Courts…..62:1099

Fee Shifting and After-the-Event Insurance: A Twist to a Thirteenth Century Approach to Shifting Attorney’s Fees to Solve a Twenty-First Century Problem…..59:1199

General Electric Co. v. Litton Industrial Automation Systems, Inc., 920 F.2d 1415 (8th Cir. 1990), cert. denied, 111 S. Ct. 1390 (1991)—A Plaintiff That Brings a Private Party Cost Recovery Action Under CERCLA Can Recover Attorneys’ Fees Incurred in Recovering Clean-Up Costs…..41:819

Goldfarb v. Virginia State Bar (U.S. 1975)—Minimum Fee Schedule Published by the County Bar Association and Enforced by the Virginia State Bar Violates Section One of the Sherman Antitrust Act…..25:763

Hensley v. Echerhart (U.S. S. Ct. 1983)—In an Action Brought on the Basis of the Deprivation of Constitutionally Protected Civil Rights, the Extent of a Plaintiffs Success Is a Crucial Factor in Determining the Proper Amount of an Award of Attorneys’ Fees Under the Civil Rights Attorneys’ Fee Act of 1976, 42 U.S.C. § 1988…..34:241

The Iowa Equal Access to Justice Act: Is Recovery Available?…..39:431

Managing Litigation Costs: The Client Cannot Start Too Soon…..41:67

“The Power to Tax Involves the Power to Destroy”…..50:315

Prepaid Legal Services…..22:687