Vol. 64, No. 2, 2016

ARTICLES

Whose Job is it Anyway? The Department of Labor’s Authority to Make Labor Market Determinations Under the H-2B Program
Jessica Bergman Asbridge

Drafting and Enforcing Non-Compete Clauses in Iowa: A Thirty-Year Review
Frank Harty & Ryan Stefani

Continuing to Litigate After You Have Won: Courts Defy Article III to Avoid Mooting TCPA Class Actions, Despite Defendant’s Rule 68 Offers of Complete Relief
Joseph M. Hnylka

Swatting: The New Cyberbulling Frontier After Elonis v. United States
Elizabeth M. Jaffe

A Fresh Look at Jurors Questioning Witnesses: A Review of Eighth Circuit and Iowa Appellate Precedents and an Empirical Analysis of Federal and State Trial Judges and Trial Lawyers
The Honorable Justice Thomas D. Waterman, The Honorable Judge Mark W. Bennett, & David C. Waterman

NOTES

Who Should Bear the Burden? ERISA Preemption and its Impact on Compensation Received by Individuals Injured as a Result of Medical Malpractice in Iowa
Tyler J. Ernst

Reconciling the Intersection of a Treaty and Federal Statutor Law: Why Reverse Preemption Should Keep Insurance-Related Arbitration Decisions with the States
Ellen M. Hames

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