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AIAA SPACE 2009 Conference & Exposition
While traditional commercial companies have been operating for decades and have typically amassed substantial and capable in-house legal teams as well as retained outside counsel, often the legal implications and potential imbroglios that can arise for a space startup can come as a shocking surprise to the New-Space entrepreneur. Commonly, the legal staffs of such start-ups, if they exist at all, are small, and focused on regulatory or financing issues. However, the New-Space company faces manydoi:10.2514/6.2009-6744 fatcat:elt2w3t3kfgifcx2ejpd5phuui