The 39th Annual Space Symposium took place April 8 – 11 in Colorado Springs, which brought together 18,000 space professionals and industry leaders for this premier “must attend” event. Fluet was well-represented at the Symposium, with attorneys actively participating and fostering valuable connections within the growing government contracting (GovCon) community.

Partner France Hoang had the honor of giving remarks at The Long Blue/Gray Line Social, a gathering of West Point and Air Force Academy Graduates. This high-quality gathering allowed France to connect with fellow West Point alumni and share insights from Fluet’s expertise in the defense and national security industry.

Meanwhile, Partner David Panzer participated in the “Space Law & Regulation” track during the Symposium. The track program, presented in Association with the International Institute of Space Law (IISL) and Greenberg Traurig, addressed the pressing legal and regulatory issues impacting commercial space activities. David’s involvement allowed him to engage with other experts and stay ahead of the curve on the evolving space law landscape.

Overall, the Space Symposium featured a range of panel discussions and presentations from government and industry leaders. Topics covered everything from new space technologies to policy updates and more. Fluet’s presence at this event ensured our firm remains up-to-date on the latest developments shaping the future of space exploration and commercialization.

As the space industry continues its rapid growth and evolution, events like the Space Symposium are invaluable for fostering collaboration, sharing knowledge, and building connections. Fluet is proud to have participated and reinforced our position as a leading law firm supporting GovCon clients in the space sector!