An Apology and a Gift

Logo 600 x 600Welcome back, Drone Law Nation! Today’s episode starts out with an apology and ends with a gift.

The apology is to James Mackler of the Frost Brown Todd law firm in Nashville, Tennessee, and to Justin Robinson, a UAS consultant in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. We had an AMAZING talk with those guys that covered Government use of UAS, Justin’s work to set up the drone program for Murfreesboro, Tennessee, James’ work on the landmark Boggs case that is grappling with huge questions about drones as “aircraft,” and SO MUCH MORE.

Trust me, it was an awesome talk.

So what happened to this conversation? Where did our awesome talk go?

It went to the land of bad audio. The recording was useless. TRAGEDY!

Hopefully we can have James and Justin back on soon – those guys are awesome. In the meantime, you can contact Justin Robinson at, and James Mackler right here.

And the gift? Well, that’s the Drone Law Course! It LAUNCHED for real on July 1, 2016. You can check out the whole thing at – that will link you right to the videos on YouTube.

For my take on the newly announced Part 107 sUAS rules, here is the video that addresses that directly.

All that and more in today’s episode. Thank you so much for listening!

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Keep on flying,



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