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Willem Calkoen
Partner Nauta Dutilh, Former Chairman of the Section on Business Law of the International Bar Association.

Viktor Mayer-Schönberger
Professor, J.F.K.-School of Government, Cambridge, MA.

David B. Wilkins
Kirkland & Ellis Professor of Law and Director, Program on the Legal Profession, Harvard Law School. Special thanks to Jens Drolshammer for encouraging me to address this topic.

Jens Drolshammer
Professor of Law, (Titularprofessor für Angloamerikanisches Recht und Rechtsgeschäftsplanung und -gestaltung), University of St. Gallen, Switzerland; Co-Founder and President of the Commission and Lecturer on Law, Master of European and International Business Law (M.B.L.-HSG) and Master of International Management Programs at St. Gallen University; Partner, Homburger Rechtsanwälte, Zurich, Switzerland. The author thanks Professor Gunter Müller-Stewens, University of St. Gallen for valuable insights into basic issues of organization theory and Professor Frank Vischer, Emeritus of the University of Basel, for valuable insights into organization law. The text is based on the book of Günter Müller-Stewens, Jens Drolshammer, Jochen Kriegmeier, Professional Service Firms (Frankfurt a.M., 1999) pp. 50-80, part of a general introduction Professional Service Firms - Branchenmerkmale und Gestaltungsfelder des Managements. The author started this project during a stay as Visiting Scholar and as a Fellow at the Harvard Law School in the spring term 1999; the cutoff date of this article is March 1, 2000.

Olusoji O. Elias
Lecturer in the Conflict of Laws, University of Buckingham; Rapporteur, African Law Seminar Series (University of London), SOAS, April-June 1999. This article is based on a talk of the same description given at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, School of Advanced Study (University of London), 8 July 1999. While a sense of appreciation is due to the participants at the first-named thought provoking series of seminars, the views expressed herein are the present writer's, in a personal capacity, and they should not be attributed elsewhere.

Legal Consequences of the Increasing Reliance of Space Nations on Private Enterprises in the Exploitation of LEO Resources

The Interrelation Between Public International Law and Private International Law in the Regulation of Space Activities

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 3 2000
Authors P.A. Salin

P.A. Salin

Analysis of the Legal and Political Background to Cooperation Between Japan and the United States in Space Development

Other Legal Matters, Including Recent Developments in the Regulation of Space Debris, the Exploitation of Non-Terrestrial Resources, and the Implications of Proposed Missile Defence Systems

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 4 2000
Authors M. Sato

M. Sato
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