With the advent of drones being commonly used for both commercial and recreational purposes, Rose Law Group, pc is prepared to offer guidance on and solutions to the ever-evolving issues presented by the developing technologies and regulation of drones.
Whether your business utilizes a drone for commercial purposes or you operate a drone recreationally, it is likely that your use is in some way governed by federal, state, or local regulations and registration requirements. It is our goal to ensure our clients are fully aware of and compliant with those regulations and registration requirements.
Similarly, legal issues with the use of drones by both commercial entities and individuals are constantly emerging. This is especially so with regards to property and privacy rights. We strive to advise and represent our clients (1) in order to avoid the violation of such rights and (2) where such rights have been compromised in the context of this rapidly developing technology.
The legal issues arising out of this developing technology affects owners and non-owners alike. Our Drone Law team is prepared to handle and offer advice on the following:
- FAA regulation of drone use
- State and local regulation of drone use
- Applications for waiver under Small UAS Rule (Part 107)
- HOA issues with drone use by the HOA or residents
- Property rights
- Privacy rights
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