Category: drones

Need for New Federal Lobbying Efforts – Important Survey – Antonelli Law Drone – UAS Practice Group

Since the 2017 FAA Reauthorization Act failed to pass in time, there is a new 6 month window to perform what Antonelli Law perceives to be sorely needed new federal advocacy.   Please take just 3 minutes on average to complete this survey. The survey is just 9 questions. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LJVMM7J   Specifically

City of Newton Drone Ordinance Preempted, Chicago Likely Loses; What Remains Unanswered?

City of Newton Drone Ordinance Preempted, Chicago Likely Loses; What Remains Unanswered? Antonelli Law has been anticipating the next seminal case in US drone law, Singer v City of Newton case. But it is important to analyze the City of Newton case for what it is, and for what it is not.

Drone Regulations in 2017 – Will Growth of the U.S. Commercial Drone Industry be Collateral Damage of the Trump Surprise?

Part Four in a Series on Federal Preemption – Mark Del Bianco, Special Counsel to Antonelli Law Prognosticators and pundits in Washington and far outside the Beltway are trying to read the (admittedly very skimpy) tea leaves and figure out what the unanticipated Trump victory means for [fill in the industry, country

Four Antonelli Law Clients Received Nighttime Part 107 Waivers Today!

Four Antonelli Law Clients Received Nighttime Part 107 Waivers Today! Today, the first day that federal commercial drone regulations referred to as Part 107 became effective, four of Antonelli Law’s UAS clients received permission to fly during nighttime in Class G airspace. Our clients who received nighttime waivers under Part 107: 1)