CONTRACTS

Advance Liability Insurance Payments: An Iowa View…..18:218

Antiassignment Clauses, Mergers and the Myth About Federal Preemption of Application of State Contract Law to Patent License Agreements…..50:639

Architect’s and Engineer’s Liability Under Iowa Construction Law…..50:33

Autonomy and Accountability in the Law of Contracts: A Response to Professor Shiffrin…..58:177

Blowing the Whistle on the Employment At-Will Doctrine…..41:339

Commodity Options—Revisited…..25:75

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

Contact Obligation: A Discussion of Morality, Bankruptcy, and Student Debt…..42:205

Contract Terminations of Iowa Public School Teachers: Considerations of the Substantive Content of “Just Cause” for Termination…..30:123

Contracting Equitably in Real Estate Installment Contracts…..30:361

Contracts in Iowa Revisited—Fraud and Misrepresentation, Duress and Undue Influence…..9:3

Contracts in Iowa Revisited—Illegality…..8:3

Contracts in Iowa Revisited—Mistake…..7/2:3

Contracts in Iowa Revisited—Offer and Acceptance…..8:91

Contracts in Iowa Revisited—Performance, Breach and Remedies…..9:66

Contracts in Iowa Revisited—Scope and Meaning of Contracts…..10:87

Contracts in Iowa Revisited—Statute of Frauds…..6:63

Contracts in Iowa Revisited—Third Party Beneficiaries and Assignments…..6:3

Contracts in Iowa Revisited—1955-1962…..12:41

Contracts in Iowa Revisited—1958-1963…..13:3

Contracts in Iowa Revisited—1959-1964…..13:131

Contracts in Iowa Revisited—1966…..15:61

Contracts of Political Subdivisions in Iowa—Procedure, Defects, Recovery…..10:53

Course of Performance as Evidence of Intent or Waiver: A Meaningful Preference for the Latter and Implications for Newly Broadened Use Under Revised U.C.C. Section 1-303…..52:235

Covenants Not to Compete in the Transfer of a Business—Selected Problems…..24:639

Cruella De Vil, Hades, and Ursula the Sea-Witch: How Disney Films Teach Our Children the Basics of Contract Law…..48:333

Doctrine of Consideration in Iowa Revisited—Discharge or Modification of Duties…..5:3

Doctrine of Consideration in Iowa Revisited—The Bargain Element…..5:67

Does My Health Insurance Cover It? Using Evidence-Based Medicine and Binding Arbitration Techniques to Determine What Therapies Fall Under Experimental Exclusion in Health Insurance Contracts…..54:473

Duty Under Negligent Breach of Contract Claims…..62:619

Ehlers v. Iowa Warehouse Co., 188 N.W.2d 368 (Iowa 1971)—Unless the Facts and Circumstances Indicate Bad Faith on the Part of the Employer, the Court Will Enforce Non-Competitive Covenants to the Extent They Are Reasonably Necessary to Protect the Legitimate Interests of the Employer Without Imposing Undue Hardship on the Employee When the Public Interest Is Not Adversely Affected…..21:641

Employment at Will in Iowa: A Journey Forward…..39:67

Employment at Will in Iowa: Is It the Rule or the Exception…..39:157

Enforcement of Restrictive Covenants in Iowa…..9:133

Equitable Conversion and Its Effect on Risk of Loss in Executory Contracts for the Sale of Real Property…..22:626

An Examination of the 1984 Requirement that All Insurance Policies Must Qualify as Integrated Contract Pursuant to State Law…..34:885

Expanding Liability Coverage: Insured Contracts and Additional Insureds…..44:781

The Export of Iowa Products and the U.N. Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods…..39:689

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

Friedhoff v. Engberg (S.D. 1967)—Doctrine of Disaffirmance Disallowed in Minor’s Attempted Avoidance of Tort Liability Arising out of a Contract…..17:129

GTE Sylvania Inc. v. Continental T.V. Inc. (9th Cir. 1976)—Agreements Whereby Franchisee Agrees to Sell Brand Name Merchandise Only from Approved Franchise Locations Are Not Per Se Violations of Sherman Act but Are to Be Considered Under the Rule of Reason Test…..26:199

Harsha v. State Savings Bank (Iowa 1984)—A New or Untried Business May Recover Lost Future Profits as Damages for Breach of Contract to Lend Money, Provided Such Profits Can Be Established with Reasonable Certainty…..34:569

Hedge to Arrive Contracts: Futures or Forwards…..53:55

The Hein v. American Family Mutual Insurance Co. (Iowa 1969)—Word Incurred as Used in the Medical Coverage Clauses of Standard Automobile Insurance Policies Does Not Cover Anticipated Medical Costs…..20:195

How to Raise the Statute of Frauds as a Defense to an Unwritten Contract Under the Rules of Civil Procedure…..1:27

If You Don’t Know Where You’re Going, You’ll End Up Somewhere Else: Applicability of Comparative Fault Principles in Purely Economic Loss Cases…..49:589

The Improvident Extension of Credit as an Unconscionable Contract…..23:225

The Independent Contractor Rule and Its Exceptions in Iowa…..24:654

The Iowa Mobile Home Park Landlord-Tenant Relationship: Present Eviction Procedures and Needed Reforms…..53:181

Iowa Public School Teachers: Procedural Due Process Requirements for Contract Termination…..28:121

Johnson v. Fireman’s Fund Insurance Co. (Iowa 1978)—Arbitration Under an Arbitration Clause in an Uninsured Motorist Endorsement Is Not a Condition Precedent to Bring Suit and Where Insured Invokes Arbitration by Written Demand, the Obligation Rests with the Insurer to Do What Is Necessary to Obtain the Services of the American Arbitration Association…..28:989

Jurisdiction Over Foreign Corporations—The Effect of a Single Act…..4:18

Legislating Surrogate Parenting Arrangements in Iowa: The Aftereffects of the “Baby-M” Decision…..38:103

May v. Oakley, 407 N.W.2d 569 (Iowa 1987)—A Real Estate Installment Contract Conveying a Farm Via a Single Deed Is Not Divisible When the Parties Have Allocated Separate Purchase Prices to the Residence and the Farmland to Take Advantage of Tax Laws, Even Though the Buyers Have Fully Paid for the Residence…..38:717

Mechanic’s Liens in Iowa—Revisited…..49:1

Meyer v. Notlger (Iowa 1976)—In Appropriate Cases, There May Be Recovery for Mental Distress, Absent Physical Trauma, Arising Out of a Breach of Contract to Perform Funeral Services…..26:212

Mistake of Fact in the Sale of Real Property…..40:91

Oral Modification of Sales Contracts and the Statute of Frauds…..21:593

Partnership by Estoppel…..13:87

Reasonable Expectations: Contract Ambiguity v. Arbitrary Application…..34:1065

Reformation of Written Instruments in Iowa…..23:327

The Requirements Contract—What Is Required?…..31:83

The Right to Demand Adequate Assurance of Due Performance: Uniform Commercial Code Section 2-609 and Restatement (Second) of Contracts Section 251…..38:305

Rogers v. Robson, Masters, Ryan, Brumund & Belom, 74 Ill. 2d 201, 407 N.E.2d 47 (1980)—The Settlement of a Medical Malpractice Suit by an Attorney Without the Insured’s Consent Constitutes a Breach of the Attorney-Client Relationship, Even When the Attorney Has the Authority to Settle Under the Insurance Contract, Unless There Is a Prior Full and Frank Disclosure by the Attorney to the Insured of All Material Facts and Circumstances…..30:937

Tender, Acceptance, Rejection, and Revocation—The UCC’s “TARR”-Baby…..24:52

The Theory and Application of Punitive Damages in Iowa…..8:36

Underinsured Motorist Coverage: The Validity of Consent to Settle Clauses…..37:503

Using Skills Training to Teach First-Year Contracts…..44:725