DISCRIMINATION

The ADA Gets Even More Complicated: Analyzing Pregnancy with Complications as a Disability…..52:471

Age Discrimination in Employment and the Benefit Plan Defense: Trends in the Federal and Iowa Courts…..30:617

AIDS in the Workplace: A Handicap Under the Rehabilitation Act?…..39:141

The Americans with Disabilities Act: An End to Discrimination Against HIV/AIDS Patients or Simply Another Loophole to Bypass?…..52:523

Board of Directors of Rotary International v. Rotary Club, 107 S. Ct. 1940 (1987)—Infringement on the Constitutional Right to Freedom of Association of the Members of the All Male Rotary International Is Justified Since the State Has a Compelling Interest in Eradicating Discrimination Against Women and in Assuring Them Equal Access to Public Accommodations…..38:157

Board of Education v. Dowell, 111 S. Ct. 630 (1991)—Dissolution of Desegregation Decree Is Proper if School Board Shows Good Faith Compliance and Elimination of Vestiges of Past De Jure Discrimination…..41:379

City of Richmond v. J.A. Croson Co., 109 S. Ct. 706 (1989)—Race-Conscious Remedies Enacted by States and Their Local Subdivisions Are Subject to a Strict Scrutiny Standard of Equal Protection Review Under Which a Strong Basis in Evidence Must Demonstrate the Need for Racial Classifications in Eliminating the Effects of Identified Prior Discrimination in the Locality…..39:233

A Cross Circuit Comparison of the Burden-Shifting Analysis in Disparate Treatment Cases Under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 as Amended…..44:107

The Equal Pay Act of 1963: A Practical Analysis…..24:570

Genetic Testing and Insurance: Apocalypse Now?…..40:507

Heightened Scrutiny Under the Equal Protection Clause: A Remedy to Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation…..42:485

Iowa Disability Discrimination in Employment: An Overview and Critique…..40:305

Iowa’s Law Prohibiting Disability Discrimination in Employment: An Overview…..32:273

“Le roi est mort; vive le roi!”: An Essay on The Quiet Demise of McDonnell Douglas and the Transformation of Every Title VII Case After Desert Palace, Inc. v. Costa into a Mixed Motives Case…..52:71

“Le roi est mort” Redux: Section 703(m), Costa, McDonnell Douglas, and the Title VII Revolution—A Reply…..52:427

Los Angeles Dept. of Water & Power v. Manhart (U.S. Sup. Ct. 1978)—An Employer’s Requirement that Female Employees Make Larger Contributions to a Pension Fund than Male Employees Based on Statistical Fact that as a Class, Women Live Longer than Men, Violates Sex Discrimination Provision of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. However, Due to the Equitable Nature of Title VII Remedies, Retroactive Relief Is Inappropriate…..28:523

Lynch v. City of Des Moines, 454 N.W.2d 827 (Iowa 1990)—Maintaining a Sexually Hostile Work Environment Through Sexual Harassment Is a Form of Illegal Sex Discrimination Under Section 601A.6(1)(a) of the Iowa Civil Rights Act…..41:563

McDonnell Douglas: Alive and Well…..52:383

The Mental Health Parity Act of 1996: Let It Sunset if Real Changes Are Not Made…..52:553

Multiple Cultures, One Criminal Justice System: The Need for a “Cultural Ombudsman” in the Courtroom…..53:651

“Neutral” Employer Policies and the ADA: The Implications of US Airways, Inc. v. Barnett Beyond Seniority Systems…..51:1

A Review of the Federal Equal Credit Opportunity Act…..27:1

Sex Discrimination in Employment: A Survey of State and Federal Remedies…..20:417

Sex Discrimination in Employment: Current Federal Practice…..24:515

Sex Discrimination in Iowa: An Analysis & Critique…..44:261

United States v. Paradise, 107 S. Ct. 1053 (1987)—One-for-One Promotions of Qualified Black and White Employees Is Permissible as an Interim Measure to Remedy the Present Effects of Past Discrimination…..38:953

Us Against Them: The Path to National Security is Paved by Racism…..50:661

Will the Tower Topple? The Future of Morality as a Legitimate State Interest Argument in Homosexual Legal Issues…..53:1063