Announcing the State Drone Law Book!

cropped-logo-2048px.jpgDrone Law Nation, you heard it here first: the Ausley McMullen Law Firm has created the first ever book addressing the State Drone Laws in place around the United States.

Sign up for our email list at www.dronelawtoday.com/book to get your copy of State Drone Law: State Laws and Regulations on Unmanned Aircraft Systems!

Joining me to announce the book is Richard Doran, the former Attorney General of Florida and my mentor in all things “drone law.”

Richard and I have worked together for years in advising Government entities and private companies on issues related to drone law.

The State Drone Law Book is the culmination of years of effort to understand the interaction between federal and state law on the drone industry. We worked this summer to compile the statutes and regulations impacting drones all across the country, and to translate that information in an easy-to-understand book.

This edition, officially announced to the Drone Law Today Email List on December 30, 2016, is our “first shot” at addressing these issues in a comprehensive way. We intend to update this book annually, and to expand it to discuss the cases on drones that are winding their way through the courts.

Thank you once again for being part of the Drone Revolution.

Let’s work together to make the future awesome.

Links for you:

Download Link for State Drone Law: State Laws and Regulations on Unmanned Aircraft Systems

Richard Doran’s profile

Ausley.com

DroneLawyers.com

Our brief in Huerta v. Pirker

 

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Nothing in this podcast is legal advice! Please don’t make legal decisions for yourself or your business before consulting counsel of your choice.

Keep on flying,

Steve

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Government Drones! Public UAS and Drone Litigation with James Mackler & Justin Robinson

Logo 600 x 600Welcome back, Drone Law Nation! Today we have a special two-part interview with James Mackler of the Frost Brown Todd law firm in Nashville, Tennessee, and Justin Robinson, a UAS consultant in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

The center of the interviews is government use of drone technology – what it takes for governments to get “up and flying” with their drone programs. With the FAA’s announcement of the Part 107 drone regulations, many more government entities than ever are considering drone programs. What should these governments consider when they put their programs together? Should they go through the Public COA process, or fly under Part 107? Or should they do both? Our talk gets to the bottom of these issues.

We also talk with James about his work on the landmark Boggs case that is grappling with huge questions about drones as “aircraft,” the scope of private property in air rights, and a whole lot more.

You can contact James Mackler at the Frost Brown Todd website, or on Twitter at @VeteranAttorney, @Drone_Attorney, or @Part107FAR. You can contact Justin at uasopsconsulting@gmail.com.

(And check out the FREE Drone Law Course at www.dronelawtoday.com/course!)

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

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Keep on flying,

Steve