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Satellite and Space Projects News - July 2015
Our latest digest of recent news in the satellite and space projects sector.
Fieldfisher advises Fuse Universal on its agreement with Education Growth Partners for $10 million growth capital investment
Fieldfisher advised Fuse Universal on its agreement with Education Growth Partners for $10 million growth capital investment.
A Perspective by Fieldfisher - Injecting Life Back Into SIAM – Lessons Learnt and a New Model for Success
New Fieldfisher paper presenting the lessons from earlier SIAM implementations and challenges best practice thinking to launch a new, improved version of SIAM: SIAM 2.0
Member states freed up to protect broadcasters
The CJEU has provided a ruling confirming that individual Member States can give broadcasters wider protection in respect of their rights in live-stream broadcasts of sporting fixtures.
Graeme Nuttall OBE is mentioned in 'Fieldfisher supports move of largest business yet to adopt the new Employee-Ownership Trust model of employee ownership'
Andrew Lafferty, Guy Usher, Edward Miller and Duncan Black published 'Derivatives update: The 2002 ISDA Master Agreement's jurisdiction clause'
Christopher Eastham, Sabba Mahmood (née Mirza) and Saman Harris hosted 'TechKnow Forum - Cloud Computing brought down to Earth'
Anne-Laure-Hélène des Ylouses and Franck Veisse published 'Droit de la concurrence et de la distribution'