FEDERAL JURISDICTION

Ancillary and Pendant Party Jurisdiction in the Aftermath of Owen Equipment & Erection Co. v. Kroger…..28:758

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

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

Defenses to the Preclusive Rule of Wainwright v. Sykes…..28:571

Eighth Circuit Review…..25:551, 26:509

Federal District Court Has Jurisdiction Under Reconstruction Civil Rights Acts to Enjoin Human Rights Demonstrators from Interfering with Church Services…..20:182

Federal Intervention in Ongoing State Proceedings: Expansion of an Abstention Doctrine…..25:482

Federal Pre-emption of State Products Liability Laws and Limitations of the Strict Liability of Manufacturers…..32:961

Gannon v. Action (E.D. Mo. 1969)—The Federal Circuit’s Short Circuit of Validity Challenges: or, Is the Spirit of Lear Dead?…..38:229

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

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

Losing at Dodgeball: Understanding the Supreme Court’s Implied Authorization of Consent in Executive Benefits Insurance Agency v. Arkison and Why Revision of 28 U.S.C. § 157(B) is Critical for Clarity…..63:109

The New Local Rules for Federal Practice in Iowa…..23:517

O’Connor v. Lee-Hy Paving Corp. (2nd Cir. 1978)—In an Action Against a Non-Resident Defendant for Wrongful Death or Negligence, Caused by an Out-of-State Accident to a New York Resident, Plaintiff Can Obtain Jurisdiction by Attaching the Contractual Obligation of Defendant’s Insurer Doing Business in New York…..28:736

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

Owen Equipment & Erection Co v. Kroger (U.S. Sup. Ct. 1978)—Where a Plaintiff Asserts a Claim Against a Nondiverse Third-Party Defendant, Jurisdiction Does Not Accrue Under the 28 U.S.C. § 1332 Diversity Statute 28:182

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

Personal Jurisdiction and Multistate Plaintiff Class Actions: The Impact of World-Wide Volkswagen Corp. v. Woodson…..32:441

The Role of the Federal Court in the Expansion of the Ambit of Liability of Manufacturers: Conceptual Approaches and a Suggested Solution…..28:389

Sale of Alcohol to Interstate Travelers: Personal Jurisdiction and Choice of Law Analyses…..39:349

Shaffer v. Heitner (U.S. Sup. Ct. 1977)—Plaintiff Invoking Quasi in Rem Jurisdiction Must Demonstrate that Nonresident Defendant Has Had Such Minimum Contacts With the Forum as Not to Offend Traditional Notions of Fair Play and Substantial Justice…..27:553

Simon v. Eastern Kentucky Welfare Rights Organization (U.S. Sup. Ct. 1976)—Federal Plaintiffs Seeking to Challenge Governmental Action Under the Administrative Procedure Act Must Show Actual, Particularized Injury, Direct Causation, and Substantial Probability that the Court’s Remedy Will Redress the Injury, in Order to Meet the Article III Case and Controversy Requirement…..26:728

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

Standing Barriers Faced by Citizen and Taxpayer Plaintiffs in the Federal Courts…..32:465

World-Wide Volkswagen Corp. v. Woodson, 444 U.S. 286 (1980)—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