The Crazy Quilt of Drone Laws and the Impending Constitutional Showdown

Posted On September 14, 2015 by Bryan David

With each passing day, it seems that we are confronted with yet another story of a drone (or…

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FAA Provides Guidance on Compensation of Drone Pilots by Media Outlets

Posted On May 30, 2015 by Bryan David

We have all seen them—videos of chimps swatting down quadcopters with branches, majestic photos of natural scenery taken…

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Close Encounter Between Airliner and “Drone” Reflects Challenges to a Fledgling Industry

Posted On May 6, 2015 by Bryan David

        On April 28, 2015, the crew of Virgin America flight 769 reported seeing a “drone” flying in…

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FAA Legal Interpretation Presents Problems for Ride Sharing Websites and the Pilots Who Use Them

Posted On August 25, 2014 by Bryan David

In an August 13, 2014 legal interpretation letter, the FAA challenges the legality of general aviation “ride sharing”…

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