"The primary purpose of this book is to provide an innovative approach to a possible next phrase in development of governance of the space industry: insurer mandated and/or incentivized standards acting as regulations to protect the sustainability and financial viability of the industry moving forward."
This book provides a basic understanding of spaceflight, the space industry, and the legal issues that their clients confront. It places space law in its larger context and then focuses on discrete legal topics.
This book provides a concise and structured analysis of legal aspects of both traditional and more recent space activities. It includes new or expanded material on the proliferation of non-state and commercial entities as space actors, the appearance of innovations in space technology, the evolving international law of satellite telecommunications in a networked world, and the adoption of national laws and international soft law mechanisms that complement the international treaty regime.
Issued on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the International Institute of Space Law, of which Lachs was President, this volume reproduces the original text of Lachs' work in full, with a new preface, introduction and index supplied by the editors.
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This book offers a first-of-its-kind analysis of US tort law as it applies to commercial spaceflight operations, including an in-depth review of pre-emption, federal cross-waivers, and state tort defenses.
This book hopes that it will provide nations, established satellite operators, start-up companies, universities, and other space actors with a broad overview of the fundamental principles, laws, norms, and best practices for peaceful, safe, and responsible activities in space. Name and email address required for ebook download at the following URL - https://swfound.org/handbook/download-the-handbook/
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