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Category: Drone Law

Flying a Large Drone (over 55 pounds)

December 2, 2017 Drone Law Drone law, Drone Regulations

UAS Drone Arrests

Note: We have been contacted by readers that this article incorrectly states the registration requirement is mandatory. The phrase has been clarified within the article, but this was not what the article was stating, nor is it entirely correct. FAA registration of a UAS IS mandatary unless you qualify as a model aircraft, the Taylor decision this summer ruled that …

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Using a Drone to Make Money

October 30, 2017 Drone Law Drone law

Business Drone

Using a Drone for Commercial Purposes Drones, or Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS) are able to take photographs and high definition video. Some are able to be outfitted with sensors and radar that can reconstruct a scene below for simulation or testing purposes. The current uses for sUASs are just the tip of the iceberg, and more innovative and profitable …

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I Just Bought a Drone, What’s Next?

October 19, 2017 Criminal Defense, Drone Law Drone law

drone

Congratulations! The world of drones is exciting, but the legal requirements to use them can be rough to navigate. First, you want to get that thing off the ground! Depending on the model there may be different safety requirements, make sure you read the owner’s manual and understand how to avoid any safety issues. One optional precaution is to purchase …

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Navigating Taylor: How Much Authority Does the FAA Have Over Hobby Drone Flights

July 20, 2017 Drone Law Drones

Navigating Taylor: How Much Authority Does the FAA Have Over Hobby Drone Flights

*Articles on this blog are not to be construed as legal advice, this warning is very predominantly displayed at the bottom of this page, but in this instance it is even more important. On the off chance that this article is ever copied without permission, please note that the law discussed is largely unsettled, the FAA is rewriting a requirement …

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