Our team provides space industry clients with representation on their technologies shaping the space and satellite arena. We help clients navigate the multiple layers of business and regulatory issues involved, and advise clients on the strategies necessary to achieve success. We regularly assist clients with a wide range of complex legal issues associated with the domestic and international satellite and space industry, including regulatory, transactional, data security and privacy, liability, and legislative issues.
Rose Law Group has experience in transactional work for payload transport, satellite contracts, intergovernmental agreements, supplier contracts, mission diligence, etc. RLG has worked for both for and non-profits in the space industry.
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Space tourism company says it’s ‘making progress’ on Valley plant; Jordan Rose, founder and president of Rose Law Group, comments
Space X rocket launch By Jacob Maranda | Phoenix Business Journal Space tourism company Virgin Galactic (NYSE: SPCE) on Tuesday said its spacecraft manufacturing facility in Mesa is coming along and that it is on track to resume commercial service in the second quarter of this year. Virgin Galactic CEO Michael Colglazier said during the company’s fourth-quarter earnings call that the company was “making
Shruti Gurudanti, Rose Law Group corporate transactions chair who advises in area of space law, weighs in on the legalities involved when someone dies in space
By The Conversation Commercial spaceflight companies such as Virgin Galactic and Blue Origin are now offering exclusive opportunities for celebrities and civilians to travel to space. Traditionally, astronauts have been subject to rigorous training and medical scrutiny before going to space, and the risk of death from natural causes was considered remote. But in this new era of space tourism, it appears medical
U.N. plans to update space law; ’long overdue,’ says Rose Law Group Corporate Transactions Chair Shruti Gurudanti, who advises in area of space law
By Michelle L.D. Hanlon, University of Mississippi, and Greg Autry, Arizona State University | CNN On November 15, 2021, Russia destroyed one of its own old satellites using a missile launched from the surface of Earth, creating a massive debris cloud that threatens many space assets, including astronauts onboard the International Space Station. This happened only two weeks after the