The satellite and space activities sector is evolving rapidly, giving rise to many opportunities but also risks, including ensuring sustainable access to spectrum – Bird & Bird can work with you to help you navigate this developing landscape.
We have an extremely broad and unique breadth of experience in satellite communications and space activities. We differentiate ourselves from other full-service law firms by bringing to bear a specialist and international team of expert lawyers combining a wealth of regulatory and commercial expertise gained from working at in-house regulators, the European Space Agency, the European Commission and in international institutions. The team is complemented by a wider group of corporate, IP, competition, insurance and dispute resolution practitioners who have an in-depth understanding of all aspects relating to satellite communications and technology industry clients and projects.
Whether you're a satellite owner, operator, manufacturer, service provider, Government and regulatory agency, you can benefit from the outstanding track record we have established, including assisting with:
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The recently established Australian Space Agency last week announced that it has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with its first international partner, the French Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales ...
Australia will soon take another small step as part of its leap towards a share of the emerging global space industry, estimated to be worth around AUD 480 billion.
As 2017 draws to a close we have asked our experts supporting technology & communications clients from around the world to identify some of the digital technology trends and emerging legal issues their clients are ...
International law firm Bird & Bird has advised Speedcast International Limited (ASX: SDA) on a 10 year agreement valued at up to A$184 million to supply managed satellite services to NBN Co Limited (nbn).
Bird & Bird today announces that it has appointed Joanne Wheeler as a partner in its office in London.
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