AEROSPACE & OUTER SPACE
Aerospace & Outer Space Practice Group
Historically, the aerospace and outer space industries were dominated by the government and large corporate entities that could afford the technological and regulatory complexities of aerospace or outer space innovation. With the boom in commercial unmanned aerial vehicles and smaller satellites like cubesats, these industries are becoming accessible even to small businesses. Whether in-space or outer-space, military or commercial, Peacock Law and its expert personnel are well situated to assist our customers in protecting their aerospace and outer space related intellectual property rights and navigating regulatory complexities.
Why Peacock Law?
Peacock Law attorneys know the Aerospace and Outer Space industries.
We mentor at top technology incubators and on Advisory Committees for investment funds. We can be found at industry conferences keeping up with latest technologies and players, and speaking at top conferences.
Peacock Law has the technical expertise to understand the high-tech technologies of the Aerospace and Outer Space industries.
Don’t take our word for it. Read our bios:
In the Outer Space industry, our attorneys regularly work with technologies for propulsion systems, space vehicle design, space suits, space debris, fuel storage technologies, launch vehicles, satellites, satellite imaging, materials science, metallurgy, mineral processing in space, robotics, communications, solar cell technologies, extraction of resources form the moon and asteroids.
In the Aerospace industry, our attorneys regularly work with technologies for aircraft, flight systems, rockets, missiles, avionics, and materials science & metallurgy.
Typical Legal Services
Aerospace and Outer Space clients often use us to:
- Prepare or file patent applications for their key technologies.
- Draft, review and/or negotiate non-disclosure agreements between the client and their purchasers/clients and/or vendors.
- Draft, review and/or negotiate collaborative agreements (co-development) and licensing agreements.
- Reviewing and advising on intellectual property issues for Small Business Innovation Research grants (SBIRs).
- Draft agreements with their independent contractors to ensure ownership of intellectual property and confidentiality.
- Protect their branding through trademark law, strategizing and filing trademark registration applications.