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Dentons promotes 13 senior lawyers in Australia
Following the recent appointment of 20 new partners, global law firm Dentons has promoted 13 senior lawyers in Australia.
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Starting your career as a student at Dentons exposes you to a world of experience and opportunities
With 125+ locations in 50+ countries, Dentons is home to top-tier talent that is found at the intersection of geography, industry knowledge and substantive legal experience. Working with Dentons, you will have the opportunity to learn from the best lawyers in the industry at the largest law firm in the world.
Dentons earns global recognition as a top cross-border restructuring and insolvency firm
Dentons is proud to be named one of the world’s leading law firms for cross-border restructuring and insolvency matters in the 2nd Annual GRR 30 list.
Dentons advises Skanska on the sale of four office buildings in Poland
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Dentons welcomes Kirsten Thompson as the national lead for the Firm’s new Transformative Technologies and Data Strategy group
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Dentons’ Space Business Group encompasses all facets of satellite and space industry legal concerns, both domestic and international. Our lawyers bring global experience and capabilities to a focused, interactive team of specialists able to respond quickly and efficiently to client needs.
We represent satellite manufacturers, satellite service providers and users, financial institutions, space insurance underwriters, export credit agencies and leasing companies in complex purchases, satellite financings, restructurings, equipment leases and asset-based financings. Our clients include new entrants as well as incumbents with interests that span the entire satellite space. Through such varied experience, we have developed a highly detailed understanding of all levels of the commercial and defense-based satellite business, from manufacturing and launch to the leasing and use of satellites and transponder capacity.
With a presence in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Africa, we cover key geographic markets. Our experience crosses all satellite communications sectors—access technologies, direct-to-home, defense, fiber optics, public switching, telephony and wireless/wireline. We provide the full complement of legal advisory services to clients throughout the international satellite industry.
On behalf of clients, we closely monitor developing legislation and regulation, advocate before the appropriate authorities and provide strategic advice regarding the impact of new laws. We frequently appear before the regulators and other governmental bodies with which satellite industry participants must interact.
We regularly draft, structure and negotiate a wide variety of complex leases and agreements, including strategic joint ventures, licensing and distributorship arrangements, launch vehicle service agreements, integration agreements and capacity leases. We also provide legal advice with respect to export control, earth remote sensing, commercial uses of Global Positioning System (GPS) technology, satellite broadcasting, launch services and space and satellite insurance.
Recent years have seen Saudi Arabia surrounded by conflict and unrest. To the north, Iraq and Syria have descended into armed conflict, giving birth to insurgent-administered enclaves; to the south, civil war in Yemen has triggered the greatest humanitarian crisis on the Arabian Peninsula; to the west, piracy has disrupted Saudi trade and armed conflict has divided the Sudan; and, to the east, lies Iran.
With the rising dependence on space technology and space-based services, ensuring low-cost and reliable access to space for commercial companies has become paramount. The accelerated pace of developments in space launch technology and the influx of new commercial actors require adequate support from launch facilities. Hence, along with the traditional state-sponsored launch sites, a number of commercial launch sites, or spaceports, have been established.
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), more popularly known as drones, are power-driven aircraft that are designed to fly without a human operator onboard.
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Dentons announced today that it will be hosting Space Camp, the UK's first dedicated accelerator programme for start-ups in the spacetech industry. Launched by Seraphim Capital, the world’s only venture capital fund specialising exclusively in spacetech investment, Space Camp is backed by both the UK and European space agencies as well as by corporate partners including Airbus, SES and Surrey Satellite Technology
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