The changing modern world has seen space-based technologies become part of everyday life, finding uses in navigation, television, aviation, agriculture and transport. As the market continues to experience growth, so too does demand and, along with it, new obstacles to overcome.
Keystone's Space and Satellite team is uniquely placed to advise on all industry-related issues, ranging from contractual matters to highly complex issues such as delayed launches, shuttle losses and anomalies of orbit. Offering profound space-specific expertise, our lawyers have decades of experience in the industry, whether in private legal practice, as part of international organisations, regulators and governmental bodies. In addition, their skillset is complemented by the firm’s broader offering across IP, insurance and risk management, corporate, competition and dispute resolution.
We can advise those across the whole spectrum of space, satellite, telecommunications and high-tech industries including owners, operators, manufacturers, service providers, investors, governments and regulatory agencies. Whatever the issue, we can successfully navigate the challenges faced by all industry participants.
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Vicky is a paralegal and provides legal support to the Space and Satellites team on a range of areas including international law, space law, commercial contracts and spectrum regulation.
Barbara is a paralegal who provides legal support to the Satellite, Space and Communications team across a range of matters. Along with pro bono and case worker roles, Barbara has gained a wealth of experience outside the legal profession in the financial, marketing and public sectors.
Joanne is a technology lawyer who specialises in advising on the regulatory, legal, policy and finance issues relating to the space, satellite and communications sectors, along with all forms of commercial contracts and PPPs.