CIVIL PROCEDURE

AID Insurance Co. v. Davis County, 426 N.W.2d 631 (Iowa 1988)—A General Release Purporting to Discharge One Tortfeasor and All Others Who Might Be Liable Does Not Effectively Release an Unnamed or Otherwise Unidentified Tortfeasor; Since the Unnamed Tortfeasor Has Not Been Released, Action for Contribution Cannot Be Maintained Against Him Under Sections 668.5 and 668.6 of the Iowa Code…..38:461

Appellate Procedure and Practice…..19:74

Ashmead v. Harris, 336 N.W.2d 197 (Iowa 1983)—A Routine Investigation of an Accident by a Liability Insurer Is Conducted in Anticipation of Litigation Within the Meaning of Iowa R. Civ. P. 122(c)…..33:727

Beech v. Aquaslide ‘n’ Dive Corp. 350 N.W.2d 149 (Iowa 1984)—In an Action for Reckless Misrepresentation of Material Facts in a Non-Culpable Defendant’s Pleadings and Discovery, Plaintiff Must Prove a Culpable Defendant Is Not Estopped from Asserting the Statute of Limitations, that Judgment Would Have Been Collected from the Culpable Defendant and that the Plaintiffs Personal Injuries Are Legally Compensable Before He May Recover Damages from a Non-Culpable Defendant…..35:239

Bigelow v. Williams, 193 N.W.2d 521 (Iowa 1972)—An Order Dismissing Part of a Petition Is Ordinarily Not Directly Appealable in the Absence of Some Affirmative Provision by Statute or Rule, and an Interlocutory Appeal Without Compliance with Rule 332, Rules of Civil Procedure, Is Subject to Dismissal…..22:167

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

Burnham v. Superior Court, 110 S. Ct. 2105 (1990)—State Court Assertion of Personal Jurisdiction Over a Nonresident Defendant Personally Served with Process for a Suit Unrelated to His Activities While Temporarily in the State Comports with Due Process…..40:629

Civil Procedure…..19:129

The Collateral Order Doctrine: A New “Serbonian Bog” and Four Proposals for Reform…..46:539

The Concern Over Discovery…..28:51

Confirmation of Arbitral Awards: The Confusion Surrounding Section 9 of the Federal Arbitration Act…..49:40

Crawford Fitting Co. v. J.T. Gibbons, Inc., 107 S. Ct. 2494 (1987)—Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 54(d) Does Not Give a District Court Discretion to Award Expert Witness Fees to a Prevailing Party in Excess of the Statutory Limit…..37:551

Darrah v. Des Moines General Hosp., 436 N.W.2d 53 (Iowa 1989)—Voluntary Dismissal of a Plaintiff’s Case Does Not Divest the Court of Jurisdiction to Hear a Motion to Impose Sanctions Under Iowa Rule of Civil Procedure 80(a)…..40:425

Defining the Parameters of Supplemental Jurisdiction After 28 U.S.C. § 1367…..43:391

Defining the Power of Federal Judges in Pretrial Litigation: Where to Draw the Line…..38:927

A Discussion of the Interlocutory Review of Class Certification Orders Under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23(f)…..51:151

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

The Effler Shot Across the Bow: Developing a Novel State Constitutional Claim Under the Threat of Ineffective Assistance of Counsel…..59:931

Eisen v. Carlisle & Jacquelin, 479 F.2d 1005 (2d Cir. 1973)—Unmanageability of Administration of a Suit as a Class Action and Refusal of Class Representative to Pay or Post Bond for Required Individual Notice Are Sufficient Grounds for Dismissal of the Suit as a Class Action…..23:465

Environmental Audits: Should a New Evidentiary Privilege Be Formulated or Do Existing Privileges Provide Adequate Protection?…..46:425

Error Preservation in Civil Litigation: A Primer for the Iowa Practitioner…..35:1

A Final Tolling of the Death-Knell: The Doctrine, Its Demise and Current Alternative Methods of Appeal of Class Certification Orders…..28:668

Forum-Selection Clauses in Iowa: Re-Evaluation of the Iowa Position in Light of Carnival Cruise Lines…..43:191

General Overview of Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 11…..38:261

Give Us a Break: The (In)Equity of Courts Imposing Severe Sanctions for Spoliation Without a Finding of Bad Faith…..60:887

Has the Seductive Siren of Judicial Frugality Ceased to Sing?: Dataflux and Its Family Tree…..53:281

The Heightened Pleading Standard of Bell Atlantic Corp v. Twombly and Ashcroft v. Iqbal: A New Phase in American Legal History Begins…..58:401

A History and Interpretation of Rule 60(a) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure…..42:461

The Iowa Law of Res Judicata and the Enforcement of Constitutional Rights under 42 U.S.C. Section 1983…..37:457

The Iowa “Long-Arm” Statute—Ten Years After…..23:423

Iowa Rule 215.1—Mandatory Dismissal for Want of Prosecution—The Flexible Trap…..23:158

Iowa Rule of Civil Procedure 8: Recent Developments…..24:203

The Iowa Rules of Discovery…..7/1:3

Issue Preclusion: Parklane Hosiery Co. v. Shore, Revisited…..31:111

A Look at Court Mandated Civil Mediation…..49:367

Obtaining Discovery from Absent Class Members in Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23(b)(3) Class Actions…..30:347

Overturning Default Judgments in Iowa: A Proposal for Change…..28:455

Pendant Party Jurisdiction: The Demise of a Doctrine?…..27:361

The PLRA and Rule 20 in Harmony: Apportioning a Single Fee for Multiple Indigent Prisoners When They Proceed Jointly…..58:541

The Pre-Trial Conference in Iowa…..7/2:41

The Pre-Trial Notice Requirement of Federal Rule of Evidence 803(24)…..36:91

Price v. King, 122 N.W.2d 318 (Iowa 1963)—WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION—May Compensation Carrier Intervene in Employee’s Action Against Third-Party Tortfeasor?…..14:69

Professionalism and Procedure: Notes on an Empirical Study…..38:759

Protecting the Confidentiality of Blood Donors’ Identities in AIDS Litigation…..37:343

Recent Developments Under Rule 179 of the Iowa Rules of Civil Procedure: What Does the Rule Mean—Now?…..31:131

The Related to Subject Matter Jurisdiction of Bankruptcy Courts…..44:1

Relation Back—Tto the Future: Conforming Iowa Rule of Civil Procedure 1.402(5) to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 15(c)…..60:263

Relief from Fraudulent Judgments in the Federal Courts: Motion to Vacate or Independent Action—Opposite Sides of the Same Coin…..36:389

Societe Nationale Industrielle Aerospatiale v. United States District Court, 107 S. Ct. 2542 (1987)—The Hague Convention Does Not Deprive a Federal District Court of Jurisdiction Which It Otherwise Possesses Under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure to Order Foreign Nationals to Produce Evidence Physically Located Within Foreign Nations…..37:139

Thirty Years of Motion Practice Under the Iowa Rules-or-Traps, Pitfalls and Other Hidden Dangers…..21:447

Treating Physicians: Fact Witnesses or Retained Expert Witnesses in Disguise? Finding a Place for Treating Physician Opinions in the Iowa Discovery Rules…..48:719

Warring Teammates: Standing to Oppose a Coparty’s Motion for Summary Judgment…..60:561

White v. Wilkes, 173 N.W.2d 98 (Iowa 1969)—The Trial Court Having Sustained the Defendant’s Special Appearance Challenging the Jurisdiction of the Court, the Plaintiff Could Not File, in the Same Case, an Amended and Substituted Petition with New Notice…..21:341

Why Do We Teach So Much About So Little in the “Jurisdictional” Component of Civil Procedure? (Or: The Shoe Doesn’t Fit—We’ve Been Railroaded!)…..41:263

World-Wide Volkswagen Corp. v. Woodson 444 U.S. 286 (1980)—A Nonresident Corporation, to Be Amenable to Suit, Must Have Had Such Minimum Contacts with the Forum State So as Not to Offend Traditional Notions of Fair Play and Substantial Justice…..30:171