Recent significant developments in the European space sector have had an impact on business and the growth of national and European commercial space law. This book analyses and assesses the legal issues and key factors influencing the space sector in Europe. It is an up-to-date guide to the regulatory background of space projects and examines the typical legal problems which need to be solved by practitioners in the field. Taking into account public and commercial international law and practice, this book examines substantive issues of law specific to launchers, satellite manufacturers and space service providers with contributions from leading experts and practitioners in the field of European space law and policy.Über den Autor:
Lesley Jane Smith is a Professor of Law at Leuphana Universitat Luneburg and the Riga Graduate School of Law, University of Latvia and a practising Member of the Law Society of Scotland and the Hanseatic Bar of Bremen. She is a Partner in the law firm Weber-Steinhaus & Smith, Cotton Exchange, Bremen. After her studies and legal training in the UK, Prof. Smith went on to work for international law firms in France and Germany, followed by postgraduate study in European Law in Brussels and in Comparative law in Italy. After exposure to work in government legislative review and reform within the Scottish Law Commission, Prof. Smith became a researcher in European law at the Centre for European Legal Policy, ZERP, University of Bremen, where she completed her thesis Dr. iur. in 1990. Prof Smith has a long record of teaching within European and Comparative Law degree programmes, including the German-Dutch Hanse Law School, and was latterly appointed Rector of the Riga Graduate School of Law, University of Latvia, where she remains as a full professorial member of Faculty. She has also published profusely on the subject of commercial space law, latterly liability for Galileo GNSS, and issues of spatial data. As a result of her commitment, Professor Smith was appointed a member of the International Institute of Space Law in 2003 and is currently a candidate for the International academy of Astronautics.
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Buchbeschreibung Ashgate. 2011. 428 S. 25 cm. 1148 gr.gebunden. ISBN 1409419231 . . 2011. , fast neu, ungebraucht, ungelesen. Sofortversand mit Rechnung, keine Vorauszahlung (D,A,CH)! Gewicht in Gramm: 1148. Artikel-Nr. XX10576686