Butzel attorney Beth Gotthelf recently participated in Michigan Aerospace Manufacturers Association delegation meeting with top space organizations


Meetings coincided with Michigan Legislature declaring March 30 Space Day

DETROIT, Mich. –  Butzel attorney Beth S. Gotthelf, co-chair of the firm’s Aerospace & Defense (A&D) Industry team, was among a group of business leaders and lawmakers who participated in a delegation to Florida organized by the Michigan Aerospace Manufacturers Association (MAMA).

Participants met with space organization Blue Origin to discuss the current space ecosystem and how to attract space ventures to Michigan.

The delegation visit coincided with the Michigan Legislature declaring March 30 Space Day, which recognizes the 600-plus aerospace-related companies in the state that produce more than $3 billion in annual revenue.

Notably, Butzel has extensive experience with international space and aerospace companies across a variety of practice areas addressing a myriad of legal, business, and regulatory issues. The firm has assisted both privately held and market-leading publicly held companies. Butzel has deep international and cross-border expertise on operational, strategic, and legal issues.

Butzel’s Specialized Space, Aerospace and Defense industry capabilities include:

  • Legal issues and tax incentives considerations in opening or expanding a facility;
  • Compliance with government regulations, including ITAR and EAR;
  • Government Contracts and Compliance Programs Practice;
  • Bid Protests;
  • Contract Administration, Changes, Disputes & Terminations;
  • Suspension and Debarment; and,
  • Compliance Programs.

“Butzel is a strong supporter of space initiatives in Michigan,” said Gavin Brown, MAMA Executive Director. “The firm’s depth and breadth of experience is important as Michigan expands its footprint in the space industry.”

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