We’ve all been captivated by the story of Astronaut Scott Kelly’s 340 incredible days at the International Space Station. While there, he made history as NASA astronaut and achieved a number of major milestones in long-term space travel, including the first successful harvest of edible plants in zero-gravity. (Take that Matt Damon in The Martian). Outer space now fears Kelly’s botany powers.
Turns out, the U.S. Senate will honor Kelly with a resolution introduced by Sen. Cory Booker (NJ). Booker — who sits on Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee, which overseas NASA — introduced a resolution in the Senate to honor Kelly for his yearlong space expedition, which Booker described a “massive achievement for mankind.”
We all like to see positive resolutions like this one. But disputes between landlords and tenants, contracts and the other fun legal stuff can turn your space voyage into a space horror show. Dean Sperling Law works to resolve those disputes with our clients best interests in mind and congratulates NASA and Scott Kelly for taking us on this remarkable journey.
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