North Dakota Law ReviewVolume 86, Number 2 (2010)

Front Materials

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Table of Contents

ARTICLES

86 N. D. L. Rev. 259
The Tail Still Wags the Dog: The Pervasive and Inappropriate Influence by the Psychiatric Profession on the Civil Commitment Process
- William M. Brooks

86 N. D. L. Rev. 321
Improving the Law Through Codification: Adoption of the Uniform Trust Code in North Dakota
- Kirsten Franzen and Bradley Myers

NOTES

86 N. D. L. Rev. 355
North Dakota's Pharmacy Ownership Law: An Analysis of the Strictest Pharmacy Ownership Law in the United States
- Stefanie Haarsager

CASE COMMENTS

86 N. D. L. Rev. 383
Civil Procedure—Pleading:
The United States Supreme Court Revisits the Pleading Standard Under Bell Atlantic Corp. v. Twombly, Making Surviving a Motion to Dismiss More Difficult
Ashcroft v. Iqbal, 129 S. Ct. 1937 (2009)
- Benjamin J. Williams

86 N. D. L. Rev. 405
Products Liability—Conflict Preemption:
The United States Supreme Court Denies Preemption Defense for Drug Manufacturers Using FDA-Approved Warning Labels
Wyeth v. Levine, 129 S. Ct. 1187 (2009)
- Charlotte J. Skar

86 N. D. L. Rev. 437
NORTH DAKOTA SUPREME COURT REVIEW

86 N. D. L. Rev. 481
PROCEEDINGS OF THE ONE HUNDRED ELEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE NORTH DAKOTA STATE BAR ASSOCIATION