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Sundahl Quoted in Article on Recent FAA Action on Proposed Lunar Habitat

Associate Dean Mark Sundahl was quoted in a February 24 article on Space.com regarding the recent action by the FAA in response to a request by Bigelow Aerospace to establish a habitat on the Moon.  Bigelow requested that the FAA … Continue reading

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Sundahl Moderates Panel at FIU Aviation & Space Law Symposium

On February 20th, Associate Dean Mark Sundahl moderated a panel on space law at Florida International University’s Aviation & Space Law Symposium in Miami.  The panel participants, which included NASA’s chief lawyer for the International Space Station, discussed a number of issues related to developments in the … Continue reading

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Sundahl Publishes Article on Secured Transactions in Ancient Greece

C|M|LAW Associate Professor and Associate Dean Mark J. Sundahl has published an article regarding secured transactions in ancient Athens as part of Symposion 2013, a book published by the Austrian Academy of Sciences collecting the papers presented at the 19th … Continue reading

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Sundahl Addresses UN Committee on the Regulation of Space Activity

C|M|LAW Associate Professor and Associate Dean Mark J. Sundahl recently attended the meeting of the United Nations’ Scientific and Technical Subcommittee to the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS) in Vienna as an advisor to the U.S. … Continue reading

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Associate Dean Sundahl Publishes Chapter in new Handbook on Space Law

Associate Dean Mark Sundahl has published a chapter on Financing Space Projects in the newly released Handbook on Space Law published by Edward Elgar Publishing.  The Handbook addresses the legal and regulatory aspects of activities in outer space and major … Continue reading

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Sundahl Publishes Space Law Paper in Oxford Journal and is Reappointed to the FAA Advisory Committee

C|M|LAW Associate Dean Mark Sundahl has just published an article entitled “The Cape Town Convention and the Law of Outer Space: Five Scenarios” in the Cape Town Convention Journal.  The Journal is published jointly by Oxford University and the University … Continue reading

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Professor Sundahl Quoted in California Lawyer on the Need to Clarify Property Rights in Space

Associate Dean and Professor Mark Sundahl was quoted in the October issue of California Lawyer regarding the need to clarify the right of companies to assert ownership over natural resources extracted from asteroids and other celestial bodies.  At least two … Continue reading

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Sundahl Participates in Industry Roundtable regarding Orbital Space Activity

Professor and Associate Dean Mark Sundahl participated in a roundtable discussion on November 3rd regarding the regulation of orbital space activity.  The roundtable took place at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. as part of the University of Nebraska’s … Continue reading

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Associate Dean Sundahl Comments on Antares Rocket Explosion

In an article appearing on the Canadian News Corporations’s website, Associate Dean Mark Sundahl commented on the recent explosion of Orbital Science’s Antares rocket as it lifted off on its way to the International Space Station to deliver cargo.  Sundahl … Continue reading

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Sundahl Speaks on Space Tourism at International Astronautical Congress

Pounding on the podium and inviting dissenting opinions, Associate Dean Mark Sundahl delivered the lead paper on the human spaceflight panel at the space law colloquium at the International Astronautical Congress last week in Toronto.  The regulation of commercial suborbital … Continue reading

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