Category: UAS

FAA Fact Sheet on State and Local UAS Regulations: Prelude to Odysseus’ Revenge?

FAA Fact Sheet on State and Local UAS Regulations: Prelude to Odysseus’ Revenge? While the FAA has been working on its small drone regulations, States and local authorities have been passing legislation purporting to regulate the operations of drones. In Greek mythology King Odysseus of Ithaca spends twenty years abroad, the first

FAA Releases New UAS Policy Document

On October 27 2015 the FAA released a new UAS policy document: N_JO_7210.889_Unmanned_Aircraft_Operations_in_the_NAS We will be analyzing this released document and its likely effects and commenting soon.
 Why Many State and Local Drone Laws Will Not Fly  Part One in a Series on Federal Preemption – Mark Del Bianco The explosive growth in commercial and hobbyist use of drones (a/k/a unmanned aircraft or UAs) is creating fears among citizens and state and local officials about invasions of privacy and

Join the UAS attorneys at Antonelli Law October 5-7 at the Commercial UAV Expo at Caesar’s Palace

Join the UAS attorneys at Antonelli Law October 5-7 at the Commercial UAV Expo at Caesar’s Palace and learn how we’ve helped our clients with Section 333 approvals and beyond in the GIS, power infrastructure, engineering, and construction industries. We are at Booth 412 http://www.expouav.com/exhibitor-list/ Antonelli Law –