MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS

City and Town Boundaries—Incorporation, Consolidation, Annexation, and Severance Under the Iowa Statutes…..19:1

City of Lafayette v. Louisiana Power & Light Co. (U.S. Sup. Ct. 1978)—Municipalities Are Exempt from Antitrust Statutes Only When Their Respective State Legislatures Authorize or Contemplate that They Engage in the Anticompetitive Conduct Pursuant to a State Policy to Displace Competition…..28:513

A Constitutional and Statutory Assessment of Civil Forfeiture of an Intoxicated Driver’s Vehicle: Should Iowa Follow the “Get-Tough” Approach?…..49:641

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

The Fair Labor Standards Act—Its Application to Hospitals, Nursing Homes and Schools…..19:177

Financing the Future: Interpreting the “Economic Development Area” Provision of the Iowa TIF Statute…..50:159

Goreham v. Des Moines Metropolitan Area Solid Waste Agency, 179 N.W.2d 449 (Iowa 1970)—Revenue Bonds Issued by Agency Created by Intergovernmental Agreement and Payable from Assessments Collected by Local Governments Do Not Become Constitutional Indebtedness of Participating Members…..21:361

“Home Rule” for Iowa Cities and Towns?…..13:53

Implementation of Constitutional Home Rule in Iowa…..22:294

Injuries from Ice and Snow on Sidewalks…..8:149

Iowa Municipal Tort Immunity…..16:35

The Iowa Title Standards II…..3:36

Liability of Public Bodies, Officers, and Employees—Governmental Immunity…..11:79

Lunday v. Vogelmann, 213 N.W.2d 904 (Iowa 1973)—The Sixty Day Notice of Claim Statute Applicable to Tort Actions Against Municipalities Does Not Violate the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment…..23:696

Municipal Immunity in the Maintenance and Operation of a Municipal Airport…..20:173

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

Notice of Claim Under the Municipal Tort Claims Act—The Watchdog With Plenty of Teeth…..23:670

Prolonging the Nonconforming Use: Judicial Restriction of the Power to Zone in Iowa…..8:23

“Public Use” for Purposes of Eminent Domain, in Iowa…..13:95

Remedies for Conflicts of Interest Among Public Officials in Iowa…..22:600

Special Assessments for Public Improvements in Iowa: Part I—From Birth of the Idea to Soliciting Bids…..12:3

Special Assessments for Public Improvements in Iowa—Part II—Further Pre-Assessment Procedure…..13:25

Special Assessments for Public Improvements in Iowa—Part III—Making the Assessment…..14:3

Special Assessments for Public Improvements in Iowa—Part IV—Judicial Review…..15:3

Special Assessments for Public Improvements in Iowa—Part V—Reassessment, Collection, Liability, and Conclusion…..16:3

The Attorney-Client Privilege and the Municipal Lawyer…..48:655

Tort Liability of a County, County Official, or County Employee in Iowa…..9:41

United States Trust Co. v. New Jersey (U.S. Sup. Ct. 1977)—The Contract Clause Prohibits Retroactive Repeal of a Statutory Covenant Involving Purely a Financial Obligation Between a State and Bondholders Unless the Contractual Impairment Caused by Repeal Is Both Reasonable and Necessary to Serve an Important Public Purpose…..27:574

Urban Concentration and Land Exactions for Recreational Use: Some Constitutional Problems in Mandatory Dedication Ordinances in Iowa…..22:71

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

Wilson v. Nepstad (Iowa 1979)—A Municipality Is Liable for Tortious Commissions and Omissions When Authority and Control Over the Fire Safety of Apartments Have Been Delegated to It by Statute and Breach of that Duty Involves a Foreseeable Risk of Injury to an Identifiable Class to Which the Plaintiff Belongs…..29:207