DISCOVERY

The Admissibility of Victim Impact Statements at Capital Sentencing: Traditional and Nontraditional Perspectives…..50:67

Can You Keep a Secret? The Court’s Role in Protecting Trade Secrets and Other Confidential Business Information From Disclosure in Litigation…..62:885

Criminal Pretrial Discovery in Iowa…..19:164

Criminal Pretrial Discovery: In Search of the “Plain Mandate” of the Rule Governing the State’s Obligation to Furnish Minutes of Testimony…..34:795

The Eighth Circuit’s Evolving Standard of Review in ERISA Conflict-of-Interest Cases: Past, Present, and Future…..62:857

The False Claims Act Creates a “Zone of Protection” That Bars Suits Against Employees Who Report Fraud Against the Government…..62:361

A Guide to the New Federal Discovery Practice…..21:58

The Iowa Rules of Discovery…..7/1:3

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

Nix v. Williams (U.S. Sup. Ct. 1984)—Under the Inevitable Discovery Doctrine, the Prosecution May Submit “Tainted Evidence” if It Can Establish by a Preponderance of the Evidence that the Information Ultimately or Inevitably would Have Been Discovered by Lawful Means…..34:863

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

PostConviction DNA Evidence: A 500 Pound Gorilla in State Court…..50; 695

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

Weeding the Garden: Finding a Solution to “Garden Variety” Emotional Distress Claims and Discovery Issues…..62:599