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Sundahl Speaks at Oxford University on Space Law

Associate Dean Mark Sundahl spoke on September 10th at Oxford University’s Faculty of Law regarding the interaction of the new UNIDROIT Space Assets Protocol with the existing body of the law of outer space.  Sundahl delivered his paper at the … Continue reading

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Associate Dean Sundahl Appointed as Advisor to UN Delegation

Associate Dean Mark Sundahl has been appointed by the Department of State as an Industry Adviser to the U.S. delegation to the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS). The COPUOS develops international legal responses to … Continue reading

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Sundahl Presents CLE Webinar on Legal Aspects of Space Tourism

On February 20th, C|M|LAW Associate Dean Mark Sundahl moderated a CLE webinar through the West LegalEdcenter entitled Space Tourism: What Lawyers Need to Know to Service this New Industry. Dean Sundahl spoke on the application of export controls to the operations … Continue reading

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Sundahl Appointed Chair of FAA International Space Policy Working Group

C|M|LAW Associate Dean Mark Sundahl has been appointed the Chair of the International Space Policy Working Group (ISPWG) of the FAA’s Commercial Space Transportation Advisory Committee.  The ISPWG will monitor international developments in the regulatory landscape of commercial spaceflight and … Continue reading

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Sundahl Participates in Two Space Law Events in Washington, D.C.

On December 5, 2013, C|M|LAW Professor and Associate Dean Dean Mark Sundahl participated in the final panel of the 8th Annual Galloway Symposium on Critical Issues in Space Law, a conference organized by the University of Mississippi and the International Institute … Continue reading

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Sundahl Participates in Roundtable on Liability and Human Spaceflight in Washington, D.C.

C|M|LAW Professor and Associate Dean Mark J. Sundahl participated in a roundtable discussion on liability issues connected with the commercial human spaceflight industry.  The roundtable was part of the University of Nebraska’s 6th Annual Space and Cyber Law Conference at … Continue reading

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Sundahl Quoted in SpaceNews Regarding Proposed Safety Guidelines for Human Spaceflight

C|M|LAW Associate Dean Mark Sundahl was quoted in a September 27, 2013, article in SpaceNews, regarding new proposed safety practices for commercial orbital and suborbital human spaceflight companies.  The safety practices have been proposed in response to the recent growth … Continue reading

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Sundahl Publishes Book on Satellite Finance

C|M|LAW Associate Dean Mark J. Sundahl has just published The Cape Town Convention: Its Application to Space Assets and Relation to the Law of Outer Space.   In the book, Dean Sundahl examines the recently adopted UNIDROIT Convention on International Interests in Mobile … Continue reading

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Sundahl Speaks on Commercialization of Space at International Law Weekend

On September 19th, C|M|LAW Associate Dean Mark Sundahl spoke on a panel on Regulating and Incentivizing Commercial Space Markets at the International Law Weekend organized by the American Branch of the International Law Association at Washington University in St. Louis.  The panel … Continue reading

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Sundahl Quoted in Crain’s on Making Commercial Courts Permanent in Cuyahoga County

C|M|LAW Professor and Associate Dean Mark Sundahl was quoted in this week’s issue of Crain’s Cleveland Business News in an article regarding the recent decision to make permanent the commercial docket at the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas.  A … Continue reading

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