CHILDREN

Baltimoe City Department of Social Services v. Bouknight, 493 U.S. 549 (1990)—A Natural Mother Who Is the Physical Custodian of her Infant Child Pursuant to a Court Order May Not Invoke the Fifth Amendment Privilege Against Self-Incrimination to Resist a Court Order to Produce the Child…..41:215

Beyond Troxel: The Pragmatic Challenges of Grandparent Visitation Continue…..50:267

Defending Sexual Molestation Claims Under a Comprehensive General Liability Policy: Issues of Scope, Occurrence, and Expert Witness Testimony…..39:477

Redefining Motherhood: Determining Legal Maternity in Gestational Surrogacy Arrangements…..51:605

Fathering a Child from the Grave: What Are the Inheritance Rights of Children Born Through New Technology After the Death of a Parent?…..52:331

Is Mama a Criminal?—An Analysis of Potential Criminal Liability of HIV-Infected Pregnant Women in the Context of Mandated Drug Therapy…..50:293

The Inherent Limitations of After-the-Fact Statutes Dealing with the Emotional and Sexual Maltreatment of Children…..41:483

The Iowa Indian Child Welfare Act: Clarification and Enhancement of the Federal Act…..54:53

The Iowa Supreme Court’s Child Support Guidelines: Toward an Efficient, Equitable, and Predictable Method of Determining the Amount of Child Support…..41:285

Redefining Motherhood: Determining Legal Maternity in Gestational Surrogacy Arrangements…..51:605

Rosenau v. City of Estherville, 199 N.W.2d 125 (Iowa 1972)—Fourteen Year-Old Plaintiff Not Negligent Per Se for Violation of a Statute and Assumption of Risk Not a Defense Where Contributory Negligence Is Available…..22:429

State v. Siemer, 454 N.W.2d 857 (Iowa 1990)—Parents or Persons Standing In Loco Parentis to a Child or Minor Victim Are Not Beyond the Reach of the Iowa Kidnapping Statute…..41:237

The State’s Duty to Children in Foster Care—Bearing the Burden of Protecting Children…..51:793