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Devry Smith Frank LLP
Travelers Insurance in the U.S. is responding to the hurricane in Texas by training their adjusters to become certified drone pilots.
Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP
The September 2017 issue of Transportation News & Insights looks at claims of distracted driving, the importance of regulatory compliance for logistics companies, and protecting insurer-obtained statements...
Polsinelli LLP
There has been a growing security concern posed by drones, especially in light of increased use by both private citizens and companies.
Polsinelli LLP
As has been reported recently by Defense News, the Trump Administration has launched a formal review of the current policy on U.S. military drone exports, which was rolled out under President Obama in February 2015.
Polsinelli LLP
According to a Department of Defense memorandum referenced by sUAS News, the U.S. Army and Navy have concluded that there are cybersecurity risks associated with using UAS, or "drones," ...
Hogan Lovells US LLP
It's now been almost two months since Part 107, the Federal Aviation Administration's new rule for the first time broadly authorizing commercial drone operations in the United States, went into effect.
Holland & Knight
The Southern District of New York has confirmed that when the trustee of a non-citizen aircraft trust brings suit in its own name, the citizenship of that trustee may be used to establish diversity...
Dentons
In 2016, the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit reversed, finding that the certification process does not automatically preempt the entire field of safe design.
Reed Smith
At times one can tell from the very first paragraph of an opinion that what follows will be an interesting read. Such is the case with Sikkelee v. Avco Corp., Case. No. 4:07-CV-00886...
Hogan Lovells US LLP
Aerospace, defense, and government services (ADG) companies are not new to game-changing technology innovations.
Womble Carlyle
The United Kingdom's split from the European Union could leave the nation and United States without a trade agreement to manage the aviation industry
Dentons
No pilot wants to put their certificate in jeopardy.
Polsinelli LLP
As the number of unmanned aircraft operating in the skies continues to increase, it has become critical that authorities be capable of identifying the owner or operator of a UAS vehicle...
Polsinelli LLP
At the end of 2015, the FAA required those operating small Unmanned Aircraft Systems ("sUAS") used for other than commercial purposes to register the UAS and affix a registration number on the aircraft.
Dentons
During this hour long podcast on LegalTechLive, Mark Dombroff discusses the state of drone regulation, where were are, where we're going, anti drone issues and a whole host of UAS related matters.
Venable LLP
It is a welcome day when headlines focused on infrastructure make the front page.
Polsinelli LLP
This week, the Wall Street Journal reported on a topic well-known within our UAS industry: China is exporting military UAS systems to many countries, primarily in the Middle East.
Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
In the first six months of fiscal year 2017, U.S. border agents conducted 14,993 searches of electronic devices at borders and airports.
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
On June 28, 2017, Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly announced the implementation of enhanced security measures for all commercial flights arriving in the United States.
Holland & Knight
In Hekmat v. U.S. Transp. Sec. Admin.,1 the court granted JetBlue Airways' motion to dismiss plaintiffs' claims for bailment, negligence, failure to supervise, and breach of contract arising from...
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Womble Carlyle
The United Kingdom's split from the European Union could leave the nation and United States without a trade agreement to manage the aviation industry
Devry Smith Frank LLP
Travelers Insurance in the U.S. is responding to the hurricane in Texas by training their adjusters to become certified drone pilots.
Reed Smith
At times one can tell from the very first paragraph of an opinion that what follows will be an interesting read. Such is the case with Sikkelee v. Avco Corp., Case. No. 4:07-CV-00886...
Holland & Knight
The Southern District of New York has confirmed that when the trustee of a non-citizen aircraft trust brings suit in its own name, the citizenship of that trustee may be used to establish diversity...
Dentons
In 2016, the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit reversed, finding that the certification process does not automatically preempt the entire field of safe design.
Polsinelli LLP
According to a Department of Defense memorandum referenced by sUAS News, the U.S. Army and Navy have concluded that there are cybersecurity risks associated with using UAS, or "drones," ...
Polsinelli LLP
As has been reported recently by Defense News, the Trump Administration has launched a formal review of the current policy on U.S. military drone exports, which was rolled out under President Obama in February 2015.
Hogan Lovells US LLP
It's now been almost two months since Part 107, the Federal Aviation Administration's new rule for the first time broadly authorizing commercial drone operations in the United States, went into effect.
Polsinelli LLP
There has been a growing security concern posed by drones, especially in light of increased use by both private citizens and companies.
Hogan Lovells US LLP
Aerospace, defense, and government services (ADG) companies are not new to game-changing technology innovations.
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