This course addresses the seismic change in U.S. space law that took place in 2015 when the Federal Government created federal jurisdiction for space disputes and mandated a federal cross-waiver. This change raised significant and unresolved pre-emption, choice of law, and forum shopping issues.
Join attorney Maria-Vittoria Carminati for this unique course that addresses these issues by identifying analytical frameworks and possible outcomes. The course also includes a review of federal law, state law, and international law (where relevant).
This course is pre-approved for CLE credit in the following states. If your state is not listed, contact support for more information on how to receive credit
Giugi Carminati is a litigator and intersectional feminist advocate. She represents women, people of color, and members of the LGBTQ community in their personal and professional lives. She practices in state and federal courts in Texas, New York, and Colorado. From commercial litigation to family law and civil protection orders, she brings firm but compassionate legal advocacy for her clients. She speaks French, English, Italian and Spanish.
The presenter was very insightful.
Great. Would love more spacelaw CLEs
Great perspective on how space law is developing!
This is one of the best Lawline seminars ever! Unique and terrific discussion of various preemption/conflict of laws issues even if your practice does not involve the particular laws/statues at issue in the seminar.
This was one of the most interesting Law Line courses I have every taken. Ms Carminati is very knowledgeable, and an excellent speaker.
Great instructor! I signed up for this class not having any idea about the topic and she was clear, interesting, and easy to follow.