space property rights

Broadcast 1267 (Special Edition)

Guest: Wayne White. Topics: Space law and policy, orbital debris, space property rights. Wayne White, noted space attorney, returned for this nearly two hour Space Show program. In our first segment, Wayne mentioned the importance for young people pursuing a career in space law and policy. This was a recurring theme throughout today's program. Wayne then offered an update regarding the issue of space debris and current mitigation efforts.

Broadcast 1222 (Special Edition)

Guest: Declan O'Donnell. Topics: space governance, United Societies in Space, science development. Declan O'Donnell returned as The Space Show guest to discuss space governance and the unique concept of the Space Authority Bank as a way to finance space development. During Segment 1, Declan provided us with the basics for this discussion starting with the five United Nations space treaties, the basics of space governance, and a comparison of the U.S. concept of space as a frontier as contrasted to the Canadian experience of frontier development with their Mounties.

Broadcast 1138 (Special Edition)

Guest: Dr. Frans G. von der Dunk. Topics: space & telecom law programs, space tourism, NEO's, ITAR, space debris. First, I apologize for my rough and raspy voice as I am still recovering my cold, coughing, and virus whatever. Thanks for your patience and tolerance. Our guest tonight, Dr. Frans von der Dunk, started our discussion by describing the new University of Nebraska - Lincoln LL.M Space and Telecommunication Law program (please see http://law.uni.edu/spacelaw).

Broadcast 1106 (Special Edition)

Guest: Stephen E. Doyle, Atty. Topics: Space law, space property rights, space traffic management, liability, space debris, space tourism, and much more. Stephen Doyle was our guest for today's Space Show program to discuss various aspects of space law. As it turned out, this was a very comprehensive discussion on a variety of space law issues including space traffic management, space tourism, liability issues, space property rights, the Outer Space Treaty, international contributors to space law, and so very much more. I recommend this as a must hear program.

Broadcast 499 (Special Edition)

Dr. George Robinson was the special guest for this Space Show program. We began the interview talking about space commerce and issues of concern for start-up businesses. Dr. Robinson focused in on protecting intellectual property (IP), even from government workers in specific agencies. This is a must discussion as IP may be the determining value asset for the start-up for investors. We also talked at length about space property rights, even who owns the Moon. We talked in detail about the Outer Space Treaty (OST) and learned that the treaty provisions are not-self-executing.

Broadcast 422 (Special Edition)

This Space Show program featured the first ever Space Property Rights Legal Panel with Wayne White, Rosanna Sattler, Jim Dunstan, and Berin Michael Szoka. The panel began this intensive and comprehensive space property rights discussion with a basic introduction to the issue of space property rights, focusing on the Outer Space Treaty along with the other U.N. treaties impacting and helping to create the existing property rights regime. This is an in-depth discussion you will not want to miss.

Broadcast 307 (Special Edition)

Wayne White returned to The Space Show today to discuss in an extra long Space Show program exciting developments in space law and space property rights. Mr. White began his discussion with a presentation on the history and current state of space law. We opened the lines for questions and comments after the first break and Wayne continued his discussion and update, answering and commenting on questions, and helping us to understand many of the complexities of space law and property rights issues. Early on Mr.

Broadcast 175 (Special Edition)

Greg Nemitz, the guest on this Space Show program, spoke extensively about space property rights, why property rights are so important, and the status of obtaining space property rights at this time. At the heart of the discussion is the litigation Mr. Nemitz has initiated against NASA and the U.S. for rent fees for their landing on asteroid Eros. Mr. Nemitz believes he followed existing law and claimed Eros well in advance of NASA landing on the asteroid. Mr.

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