PROCEDURE

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

An Anomaly in Criminal Appeal…..2:66

The Appellate Rules Amendments—Suggested Forms and Timetables…..22:223

Application of the Transfer for Value Rule Which Internal Revenue Code Section 101(a)…..28:953

Attacking the Caseload Dilemma: An Open Letter to the Bench and Bar of Iowa…..27:319

Bigelow v. Williams, 193 N.W.2d 521 (Iowa 1972)—An Order Dismissing Part of a Petition Is Ordinarily Not Directly Appealable in the Absence of Some Affirmative Provision by Statute or Rule, and an Interlocutory Appeal Without Compliance with Rule 332, Rules of Civil Procedure, Is Subject to Dismissal…..22:167

Book Review: McCarty, Iowa Pleading…..3:123

Burnham v. Superior Court, 110 S. Ct. 2105 (1990)—State Court Assertion of Personal Jurisdiction Over a Nonresident Defendant Personally Served with Process for a Suit Unrelated to His Activities While Temporarily in the State Comports with Due Process…..40:629

Civil Procedure (Survey of Iowa Law)…..21:268

Civil Procedure—Survey…..19:129

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

Demonstrative Evidence in Iowa…..10:44

DeWall v. Prentice (Iowa 1974)(en banc)—Equitable Estoppel Applies to Bar Operation of Statute of Limitations Where a Timely Attempt to Effect Service of Original Notice Was Thwarted by Address Misrepresentations…..24:704

Directed Verdicts and Rule 104…..2:18

Eisen v. Carlisle & Jacquelin (2d Cir. 1973)—Unmanageability of Administration of a Suit as a Class Action and Refusal of Class Representative to Pay or Post Bond for Required Individual Notice Are Sufficient Grounds for Dismissal of the Suit as a Class Action…..23:465

Farm & City Insurance Co. v. Coover (Iowa 1975)—An Injured Person Whose Loss May Be Indemnified by the Liability Insurance of Another Is a Proper Party Defendant in a Declaratory Judgment Action Brought by the Insurer to Determine the Extent of Policy Coverage…..24:887

Final Argument in Iowa…..15:115

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

Habeas Corpus in Iowa…..3:30

Handling Tort Claims and Suits Against the State of Iowa: Part I…..17:189

How to Raise the Statute of Frauds as a Defense to an Unwritten Contract Under the Rules of Civil Procedure…..1:27

Interrogatories—The Federal and Iowa Rules…..4:112

The Iowa “Long-Arm” Statute—Ten Years After…..23:423

Iowa Rule 215.1—Mandatory Dismissal for Want of Prosecution—The Flexible Trap…..23:158

The Iowa Rules of Discovery…..7/1:3

Jurisdiction over Foreign Corporations—The Effect of a Single Act…..4:18

Jury Misconduct in Iowa…..20:641

Justice Delayed—Justice Denied? The Right to a Speedy Trial in Iowa…..26:159

Lack of Due Process in Revocations of Bench Paroles in Iowa, A Dialogue…..15:35

Misconduct of Jury Members in Iowa…..10:126

Needles v. Kelly (Iowa 1968)—On Appeal to the District Court from the Suspension of a Driver’s License by the Department of Public Safety, the District Court Hears the Appeal De Novo…..17:270

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

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

Overturning Default Judgments in Iowa: A Proposal for Change…..28:455

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

The Pre-Trial Conference in Iowa…..7/2:41

The Pre-Trial Notice Requirement of Federal Rule of Evidence 803(24)…..36:91

Preservation of Error: Providing a Basis for Appellate Review…..22:435

Price v. King, 122 N.W.2d 318 (Iowa 1963)—May Compensation Carrier Intervene in Employee’s Action Against Third-party Tortfeasor?…..14:69

Problems in Pleading Negligence…..21:215

Procedures for Collective Bargaining Under the Iowa Public Employment Relations Act…..27:474

The Question of Damages Resulting from Recent Legislative Changes…..15:107

Remedies for Judgment Obtained Through Perjury…..3:23

The Scope of Review in Criminal Appeals and the Iowa Judgment on the Record Statute…..22:477

Some Aspects of Assignment of Error…..2:9

Taking the Plaintiff as You Find Him…..16:49

There Is Admiralty Law in Iowa…..5:106

Thirty Years of Motion Practice Under the Iowa Rules—Or—Traps, Pitfalls and Other Hidden Dangers…..21:447

Waiver of Juvenile Court Jurisdiction Under Iowa’s New Juvenile Justice Act…..29:405

White v. Wilkes, 173 N.W.2d 98 (1969)—The Trial Court Having Sustained the Defendant’s Special Appearance Challenging the Jurisdiction of the Court, the Plaintiff Could Not File, in the Same Case, an Amended and Substituted Petition with New Notice…..21:341

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