Drone Law Seminar

November 2nd, 2016

Operating a drone, even a small one for recreational purposes, has legal implications for the operator and owner. Commercial operators have greater restrictions. These range from operational regulations and restrictions under Federal and State law, to privacy, trespass and nuisance issues, to tort liability for damage to property or individuals. Staying out in front of this technological wave is a business imperative: Business Insider adjusted its estimates of the drone market in 2020-21 from $1 billion in a 2014 report to $12 billion in a recent report.

The Seminar Group presents “Drone Law” on November 2, 2016 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Midtown Atlanta. Join Program Chair John P. Fry and this outstanding faculty:

Morgan Cloud of the Emory University School of Law
Lydia M. Hilton of Lydia Mitchell Hilton PC
•L.J. “Chip” Johnson of Air View Consulting LLC
David Maynor of Cisco Talos Security Intelligence and Research Group
Anita Pavadore of the Georgia Tech Research Institute
Timothy M. Ravich of the University of Florida in Orlando, College of Health and Public Affairs, and of Ravich Law Firm PA
Tony C. Roehl of Morris Manning & Martin LLP
Azadeh Shahshahani of Project South
Timothy Sudduth, CWCP of McGriff Seibels & Williams, Inc.
Miles S. Thompson of the Georgia Tech Research Institute
Elizabeth Wharton of Hall Booth Smith PC
Captain Michael K. Wilson of the Federal Aviation Administration, Southern Region
George A. (Fred) Wright, PhD, of the Cyber Technology and Information Security Laboratory, Georgia Tech Research Institute

GA CLE: 6.5 Hours
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Administrative / Regulatory, Aviation / Aerospace, Business, Civil Rights / Discrimination, Computer / Software / Internet, Government, Insurance, Litigation, Privacy, Technology

Attorneys, Government Employees, Municipal Employees

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