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Is There a Need for an Institution Specialized in Space Disputes?

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Need for Institution Specialized in Space Disputes - A panel organized by the Space Arbitration Association and hosted by SpaceWatch.Global

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Is There a Need for an Institution Specialized in Space Disputes?

Please join us for a discussion on 10 February at 1:30 pm CET on outer space and international arbitration, organized by the Space Arbitration Association, hosted by Space Watch Global, and supported by the International Section of the New York State Bar Association and Jus Mundi.

The panel will discuss the Permanent Court of Arbitration’s Optional Rules for Arbitration of Disputes Relating to Outer Space Activities, Dubai’s Courts of Space and, more generally, whether the specificities of space contracts and space activities, and the corresponding technical evidence, require an institution specialized in space disputes.

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This panel will be conducted in English.

The Space Arbitration Association is an association that will focus on providing information and organizing events around the topics of space and international arbitration.

SpaceWatch.Global is a proud event and media partner of the Space Arbitration Association initiative.


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