New Journal of Space Law Table of Contents: Vol. 34, No. 2 Winter 2008

November 11, 2008 at 2:41 pm | Posted in Space Law | Leave a comment


Journal of Space LawJournal of Space Law

University of Mississippi School of Law

A journal devoted to space law and the legal problems arising out of human activities in outer space.

Volume 34 – Winter 2008 – Number 2 

CONTENTS

Foreword

Joanne Irene Gabrynowicz

Call for Papers

Articles

Special Section: 50th Anniversary of the National Aeronautics and Space Act of 1958

The National Aeronautics and Space Act of 1958: Revisited, Paul G. Dembling

 50 Years Later:  Serving a Space Agency Client – The Lawyer’s Role in  International Space Cooperation, Robin J. Frank

Patent Infringement Issues Associated with Activities in Outer Space, Kurt G. Hammerle & Theodore Ro

 Space Act Agreements: A Practitioner’s Guide, David S. Schuman

On-orbit Satellite  Destruction and Space Debris

Reflections upon the notion of Liability: The instances of Kosmos 954 and Space Debris, Andrew Brearly

 FY-1C and USA-193 ASAT Intercepts: An Assessment of Legal Obligations under Article 9 of the Outer Space Treaty, Michael C. Mineiro

Other Articles

 International Space Exploration and Critical Transparency of Basic Research: Impact of the U.S. International Traffic in Arms Regulations, George S. Robinson & Eric McAdamis

 A Sleeping Beauty Awakens: The 1968 Rescue Agreement after Forty Years, Frans G. von der Dunk

Law

France, LOI no 2008-518 du 3 juin 2008 relative aux opérations spatiales (Law No. 2008-518 of 3 June 2008 Related to Space Operations), translated by Philip Clerc, Head of Legal Department, and Julien Mariez, Legal Advisor, Centre National d’ Etudes Spatiales Legal  (CNES) Department, Paris, France.

 Japan, Fundamental Act of Outer Space (Law No.43, 2008), translated by Hiroshi Kiyohara, chief attorney, Musashi International Law Office, Tokyo.

Iran, Statute of the Iranian Space Agency (2005 & 2008), translated by Parviz Tarikhi, Head, Microwave Remote Sensing Department at the Mahdasht Satellite Receiving Station, Tehran, Iran.

Casenote

The Privatization of Public Policy:  EOSAT v. NASA and the Application of Antitrust Liability to Federally-Supported Monopolies, Jason A. Crook

Bibliography: Aviation and Space Law: Relevant Publications

P.J. Blount

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