The Space Law Review is a practical overview of the legal and regulatory frameworks governing space and satellite activities across key jurisdictions worldwide. With a focus on the most salient recent developments in this fast-evolving sector, it analyses the distinctive features of the law and commercial practice in each jurisdiction and looks at potential future trends.
Bob Calmes, Laurent Schummer and Blazej Gladysz-Lehmann are the authors of the Luxembourg Chapter available here_
Luxembourg established itself very early on as a state fostering entrepreneurship and the development of commercial activities in the space sector. By supporting the creation of SES, one of the biggest satellite operators in the world, and by creating legislation specific to the transmission of satellite services shortly thereafter, Luxembourg has demonstrated its ability to build a favourable environment for the structural development of activities related to the use of outer space.
In this chapter, discover some cases analysis involving some different structures in Luxembourg.
Joanne Wheeler MBE for the collection "The Law Reviews"The Law Reviews collection provides with business-focused legal analysis and insight in the most significant jurisdictions worldwide. The contributions reflect diverse viewpoints and approaches, which in turn reflect the diversity of their respective national commercial cultures and laws.