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The authors are the top experts in e-commerce law. Raymond T. Nimmer is the Dean and the Leonard Childs professor of law at the University of Houston Law Center, where he also codirects the Intellectual Property and Information Law Institute. He was reporter for the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act, and is internationally acclaimed as an expert on electronic commerce law. Holly K. Towle is the cross-firm coordinator of the E-Merging Commerce practice group at K&L Gates (Kirkpatrick & Lockhart, Preston Gates Ellis LLP). She is one of the world’s most respected authorities on Internet-based transactions and banking law. Together they provide authoritative analyses of all the different issues facing those transacting e-commerce, including rights, licenses, liabilities, and compliance.
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Raymond T. Nimmer is the Dean of the University of Houston Law Center. He is also the Leonard Childs professor of law at the Law Center and a former co-director of the Intellectual Property and Information Law Institute. One of the foremost national and international experts on electronic commerce, Dean Nimmer is the author of more than 10 books, including The Law of Computer Technology and Information Law. Dean Nimmer served as Reporter to the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws for the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act, an act that for the first time in commerce blends the multiple and disparate legal disciplines of commercial law, licensing, information, intellectual property, sales laws and financing. Dean Nimmer also serves as an expert witness and consultant in litigation concerning those areas as well as for bankruptcy matters. See all works by Dean Nimmer
Holly K. Towle chairs the Electronic Commerce Practice Group of K&L Gates, an international, full-service law firm providing legal services from locations in the United States and abroad. One of the world’s most respected authorities on internet-based transactions and banking law, Ms. Towle speaks and is published nationally and internationally on electronic commerce, licensing, privacy and online services. For almost a decade, she commented on behalf of trade organizations or other clients on proposed legislation regarding computer information transactions, electronic commerce, software licensing, proposed revisions to UCC Article 2 and consumer protection rules, and continues to assess new legislative proposals for clients and to identify and analyze “new economy” issues for use in defending or maintaining litigation.