10 J. Space L. [i] (1982)

handle is hein.journals/jrlsl10 and id is 1 raw text is: JOURNAL OF SPACE LAW
A journal devoted to the legal problems arising
out of man's activities in outer space
VOLUME 10                   SPRING 1982                   NUMBER 1
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
Paul G. Dembling, Catastrophic Accidents: Indemnification of
Contractors Against Third Party Liability ...................... 1
D. Goedhuis, Some Observations on the Efforts to Prevent a Military
Escalation in  Outer Space .................................  13
Delbert D. Smith and Martin A. Rothblatt, Geostationary Platforms:
Legal Estates in  Space ....................................  31
SPECIAL FEATURES
Events of Interest .......................................  41
A .  Past Events .......................................  41
(a) Reports
1. The Work of the United Nations Committee on the
Peaceful Uses of Outer Space in 1982 (N. Jasentuliyana).  41
2. Current Issues Before Congress Affecting Space
Activities-Checklist and Summary (Marcia S. Smith) ..  47
3. XXIV Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space, Rome,
Sept. 6-12,1981 (I.H.Ph. Diederiks-Verschoor) .......  56
4. Symposium on Earth-Oriented Space Activities and
Their Legal Implications, McGill University Montreal,
October 15-16, 1981 (Dr. Ludwig Weber) ...........  59
5. International Conference on Doing Business in Space:
Legal Issues and Practical Problems, Smithsonian
Institution, November 12-14, 1981 Washington, D.C.
(George S. Robinson) ..........................   62

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