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Alfred A. Arraj Courthouse Jury Assembly Room
901 19th Street, Denver
Colorado has developed the second-largest aerospace economy in the United States, and it is home to U.S. Space Command, NASA research facilities, nine of the nation’s top aerospace contractors, and world-leading aerospace engineering programs at the state’s universities. In this CLE, a panel of seasoned space law practitioners in Colorado will explain the framework of international and domestic space law. They will outline the substantial regulations applicable to launching, operating, or selling commercial spacecraft and innovative space products. They will discuss issues in litigation, such as anomalies and launch failures disputes, and issues in commercial contracts, such as financing and spacecraft manufacturing. The panel will conclude with a discussion of emerging issues in space law, such as the employment implications of commercial manned missions and the national security implications of anti-satellite weapons.
Materials for this program are available HERE.
2 general CLE credits approved.
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