session 5

Title

Recent Developments in Space Law

Description

In this session, papers are invited to addres legal aspects of the most recent developments in space activities that have taken place since Spring 2014.

Date

2015-10-16

Time

09:45

Room

Dulzin Big A (ICC, main level)

IPC members
papers

Order

Time

Paper title

Mode

Presentation status

Speaker

Affiliation

Country

1

The controversial rules of international law governing natural resources of the moon and other celestial bodies

12'

confirmed

Prof. Maureen Williams

Chair, ILA Space Law Committee, UK & UBA, Conicet, Buenos Aires

Argentina

2

How Simple Terms Mislead Us: The Pitfalls of Thinking About Outer Space as a Commons

12'

confirmed

Dr. Henry Hertzfeld

Space Policy Institute, George Washington University

United States

3

going rogue or taking the lead: the bigelow letter and its implications on u.s. space policy and international law

12'

withdrawn

Mr. John Duggan

United States

4

who owns the natural resources on the asteroids

12'

confirmed

Ms. Yangzi Tao

Beijing Institute of Technology

China

5

HYPOTHETICAL “EXPLORATION AND USE OF OUTER SPACE ACT OF 2015”

12'

confirmed

Mr. Dennis Burnett

National Security and Export Compliance Consulting

United States

6

Legal Implications on Autonomous Orbit Satellite Servicing, Active Debris Removal and Asteroid Retrieval Missions

12'

withdrawn

7

Fallen Prometheus--Did He Make A Sound? A Review of US Legal & Regulatory Response (or Lack Thereof) to the Virgin Galactic Accident.

12'

no-show

Ms. Maria-Vittoria "Giugi" Carminati

International Institute of Space Law (IISL)

United States

8

NATIONAL SPACE LEGISLATION FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES – LESSONS FROM EUROPE

12'

confirmed

Mr. KUMAR ABHIJEET

Institute of Air and Space Law, University of Cologne

Germany

9

Spain: Towards a National Space Legislation and a Spanish Space Agency?

12'

confirmed

Dr. Maria-del-Carmen Muñoz-Rodriguez

University of Jaen

Spain

10

The Latest Space Basic Plan in Japan –Its Features and Implication

12'

confirmed

Prof. Yasuaki Hashimoto

National Institute for Defense Studies

Japan

11

Small but on the Radar- The Regulatory Evolution of Small Satellites in the Netherlands

12'

confirmed

Ms. Neta Palkovitz

ISIS- Innovative Solutions In Space B.V.

The Netherlands

12

Legal Issues in China’s Future Participation in the Space Protocol to the Cape Town Convention

12'

confirmed

Prof. Yun Zhao

The University of Hong Kong

Hong Kong

13

European Earth Observation Data Policy – Meeting Various Goals by Multiple and Diverse Actors: A Herculean Task?

12'

confirmed

Prof. Irmgard Marboe

University of Vienna

Austria

14

International Legal Issues on Construction and Operation of Space Solar Power Station

12'

confirmed

Prof. shouping li

Beijing Institute of Technology

China

15

Earth in Danger and Space Law

12'

confirmed

Prof. José Monserrat-Filho

Brazilian Space Agency (AEB)

Brazil