Operator Liability Under U.S. Law for Claims by Crew and Spaceflight Participants

Streams live on: Monday, August 20, 2018 at 10:00am EDT

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Course Description

Estimated Duration 60 Minutes
Difficulty Advanced

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).  


Learning Objectives:

  1. Dissect the contents of the 2015 Competitiveness Act
  2. Identify and applying the pre-emption issues raised by the Act
  3. Analyze the interplay between state and federal choice of law rules
  4. Address the jurisdictional gaps created by the FAA's partial jurisdiction over space activities


Faculty

Giugi Carminati

Carminati Law PLLC

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.

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