DAMAGES

Additur in Iowa…..15:23

A Choice of Remedies for the Credit Consumer—The Federal “Fair Debt Collection Practices Act” and the “Iowa Debt Collection Practices Act”…..27:489

City of Cedar Rapids v. Northwestern National Insurance Co. (Iowa 1981)—Punitive Damages Assessed an Insured Governmental Subdivision for Tort Claims Arising Under Iowa Code Chapter 613A Are Recoverable from the Insurer Under a General Liability Policy…..31:937

Civil Remedies for Intoxication in Iowa…..13:168

Construction Damages in Iowa…..52:449

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

Contribution Between Joint Tortfeasors as Affected by the Yerkes Case…..6:30

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

Damages in Iowa—Loss of Time and Impairment of Future Earning Capacity…..12:59

Dungy v. Benda, 251 Iowa 627, 102 N.W.2d 170 (1960)—Effect of Release of One of Two Tort-feasors . . . Where the Parties to the Release Did Not Intend Any Effect…..11:151

Exclusion of Personal Injury Damages from Gross Income Under I.R.C. Section 104(a)(2)…..37:643

Final Argument in Iowa…..15:115

Fladeland v. Mayer, 102 N.W.2d 121 (N.D. 1960)—Is Seller Liable Under Dram Shop Act When Purchaser Furnishes Liquor to Third Person Who Becomes Intoxicated and Causes Injury…..11:72

Hall v. Montgomery Ward & Co. (Iowa 1977)—Evidence of Defendant’s Financial Condition Is Admissible to Determine the Amount of Punitive Damages to Be Awarded Against the Defendant…..27:584

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

Iowa Death Damages…..22:135

Justice Still Fails: A Review of Recent Efforts to Compensate Individuals Who Have Been Unjustly Convicted and Later Exonerated…..52:703

The Law of Nuisance in Iowa…..12:107

Lepic v. Iowa Mutual Insurance Co., 402 N.W.2d 758 (Iowa 1987)—“Each Person” Liability Limit of Insurance Policies Encompasses Recovery for All Claims Which Arise from One Bodily Injury Including Claim for Parents’ Loss of Consortium…..37:741

Loss of Consortium in Iowa…..10:33

Measuring Damages to the Estate in Wrongful Death Cases…..5:98

Meyer v. Nottger (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

Nevada’s Mastrobuono: How the 2001 Legislature Threw Another Wrench into the Punitive Damages Machine of Arbitration Law…..51:189

The Practical Effects of Split-Recovery Statutes and Their Validity as a Tool of Modern Day “Tort Reform”…..50:593

Punitive Damages: An Unsettled Doctrine…..25:870

Punitive Damages: The Doctrine of Unjust Enrichment…..27:195

The Question of Damages Resulting from Recent Legislative Changes…..15:107

The Role of the States in Treble Damage Recovery Under the Federal Antitrust Laws: Rule 23 Class Actions and Parens Patriae…..22:155

Shootings on Campus: Successful § 1983 Suits Against the School?…..62:41

Shonka v. Campbell (Iowa 1967)—Host Driver May Invoke Guest Statute as Defense to Action for Contribution by a Third Party Tort-Feasor…..17:121

Skyline Harvestore Systems, Inc. v. Centennial Insurance Co. (Iowa 1983)—Public Policy Does Not Preclude Payment of Punitive Damages Under an Insurance Policy…..33:177

Stigma Damages in Construction Defect Litigation: Feared by Defendants, Championed by Plaintiffs, Awarded by (Almost) No Courts—What Gives…..53:1029

Taking the Plaintiff as You Find Him…..16:49

Tanberg v. Ackerman Investment Co., 473 N.W.2d 193 (Iowa 1991)—A Plaintiff’s Failure to Reasonably Attempt to Follow a Physician’s Advice to Lose Weight May Be Considered an Unreasonable Failure to Mitigate Damages and Therefore May Be Assessed as Fault Under the Iowa Comparative Fault Act…..41:833

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

Thompson v. Ogeman County Board of Road Commissioners, 357 Mich. 482, 98 N.W.2d 620 (1969)—In an Action for the Wrongful Death of a Minor Child, May the Parent or Parents of such Child Recover for the Loss of Possible Contributions the Deceased Child Might Have Made after Reaching Age Twenty-One?…..10:74

Tort Reform: Would a Noneconomic Damages Cap Be Constitutional, and Is One Necessary in Iowa?…..53:813

Uninsured Motorist Coverage—The Hidden Arrow in the Plaintiff’s Quiver…..12:119

Wardlow v. City of Keokuk (Iowa 1971)—Recovery for Loss of Minor’s Companionship and Society Was Allowed in a Wrongful Death Action by Parents Without Giving Any Consideration for Grief, Mental Anguish or Suffering of the Parents by Reason of Such Child’s Wrongful Death…..22:200

When a Vending Machine Is Not a Vending Machine…..11:3