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Licensing of intellectual property and other information assets. The Nature of System Change: Reform Impact in the Criminal Courts. Commercial transactions, secured financing: cases, materials, problems. Commercial Asset Based Financing. The UCITA revolution.
Raymond T. Nimmer, Patricia Ann Krauthaus.
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Compare R. T. Nimmer, Diversion. R. Nijelski, ‘Diversion of Juvenile Offenders in the Criminal Justice System,’ in New Approaches to Diversion and Treatment of Juvenile Offenders. Chicago: American Bar Foundation, 1974; Law Reform Commission of Canada, Diversion. Working Paper 7, Toronto, 1975, p. oogle Scholar. of Justice, 1973, pp. 83–92.
Raymond Nimmer was an attorney and former Dean of the University of Houston Law Center in Houston, Texas, United States. Raymond Theodore Nimmer was born in Illinois May 2, 1944. He died January 24, 2018 in Houston, Texas. Nimmer received a . in Mathematics in 1966 from Valparaiso University in the state of Indiana. degree which was awarded with distinction in 1968 from Valparaiso University Law School.