21 – Dave Lincoln: Export Law with the Duke of Drones!

Logo 600 x 600Welcome to the Drone Law Today Podcast! In this episode, we talk U.S. Export Law with attorney Dave Lincoln. Dave is the founder of Duke of Drones UAS Consulting, which helps clients in the UAS industry structure their operations to ensure compliance with government laws and regulations.  Dave’s areas of expertise include FAA regulation, local airspace restrictions, local privacy and trespass law, federal export and contracting compliance, insurance requirements, and cyber security.  He has attended test flights, lectured to UAS audiences, and provided advice to Congressmen and Presidential candidates.

Prior to founding Duke of Drones, Dave practiced law at a Connecticut firm and wrote numerous articles for the firm.  He is a semi-professional photographer and has research experience at a large imaging company.

Dave is currently on active duty in the US Navy JAG Corps. Dave’s views are his alone and do not represent those of the U.S. Navy or U.S. Government.  While he is admitted to practice law, Duke of Drones provides non-legal consulting services with an affordable, up-front pricing structure.

You can contact Dave at www.dukeofdrones.com.

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