Vol 34, No 2 (2001)

Table of Contents

Front Matter

Front Matter PDF
Indiana Law Review 203-205

Articles

ERISA's Preemption Clause: Progress Towards a More Equitable Preemption of State Laws PDF
Larry J. Pittman 207-294
The Neglected History of the Prior Restraint Doctrine: Rediscovering the Link Between the First Amendment and the Separation of Powers PDF
Michael I. Meyerson 295-342
Father (or Mother) Knows Best: An Argument Against Including Post-Majority Educational Expenses in Court-Ordered Child Support PDF
Judith G. McMullen 343-370
Rethinking the Federal Reserve System: A Monetarist Plan for a More Constitutional System of Central Banking PDF
Michael Wade Strong 371-394

Lectures

The Backlash Against Managed Health Care: Hard Politics Make Bad Policy PDF
Clark C. Havighurst 395-418

Notes

Is Hamilton v. Accu-tek a Good Predictor of What the Future Holds for Gun Manufacturers? PDF
Jill R. Baniewicz 419-454
Standing to Appeal: Should Objecting Shareholders Be Allowed to Appeal Acceptance of a Settlement? PDF
Kenneth J. Munson 455-478
Casting the Discovery Net Too Wide: Defense Attempts to Disclose Nonparty Medical Records in a Civil Action PDF
Danel Michelle Nickels 479-500
ERISA Disclosure Decisions: A Pyrrhic Victory for Disclosure Advocates PDF
Eugene P. Schulstad 501-528


ISSN: 0090-4198