NEGLIGENCE

“Act of God” as a Defense in Negligence Cases…..25:754

Contributory, Concurrent, or Comparative Negligence Under the New Iowa Statute?…..15:97

Defrauding Agents and the N.I.L…..2:70

The Diminishing Doctrine of Charitable Immunity: An Analysis…..19:187

Duty Under Negligent Breach of Contract Claims…..62:619

Final Payment and Warranties on Presentment Under the Uniform Commercial Code—Some Aspects…..23:34

Forgery and Government Checks…..27:458

The Iowa Doctrine of Negligence Per Se Reviewed…..14:59

Legal Liability of Medical Peer Review Participants for Revocation of Hospital Staff Privileges…..28:692

Liability Considerations Concerning Insurance Agents and Brokers…..22:738

Liability for the Escape of Animals…..30:257

Manufacturer’s Liability for Negligent Design…..14:117

Perin v. Peuler, 373 Mich. 531, 130 N.W.2d 4 (1964)—In Suit Against Automobile Owner for Negligent Entrapment, Is Driver’s Past Record of Traffic Violations Admissible, in Spite of Statute Forbidding the Admission of Such Evidence?…..15:47

Plaintiff Misconduct as a Defense in Products Liability…..25:189

Pribble v. Safeway Stores, Inc., 437 P.2d 745 (Ore. 1968)—A Storekeeper Has the Duty to Keep His Floor Nonslippery When Wetted by Customers Coming in from the Rain…..18:136

Problems in Pleading Negligence…..21:215

Psychiatric Negligence…..23:640

Rosenau v. City of Estherville (Iowa 1972)—Fourteen Year-Old Plaintiff Not Negligent Per Se for Violation of a Statute and Assumption of Risk Not a Defense Where Contributory Negligence Is Available…..22:429

A Rule of Which Procrustes Would Be Proud: An Analysis of the Physical Injury Requirement in Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress Claims Under Iowa Law…..51:361