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Australian Pilots are Worried about More Lax Drone Laws

In Australia the drone laws just got a whole lot more relaxed, and that has pilots on edge. Pilots and air traffic control officials say that the new laws could lead to mid-air collisions between aircraft and drones. The laws could even lead to airplanes crashing if they get unlucky enough during one of these […]

France Works Hard to Put out Drone Laws

While many countries haven’t caught up to the United States when it comes to legislation around drones, many countries are now hard at work coming up with their own laws around the devices, including France. French legislators have a long list of drone-based laws they are about to release, and the new laws could seriously […]

Canada Tries to Figure out Drone Regulation

Governments around the world are struggling to deal with drones and how to govern them. They are much different than the aircraft of old, and are frequently being used for surveillance and photography purposes, which can easily infringe on the privacy of other people. Canadian government officials have been struggling with how to manage drones, […]

Drone Rules Remain up in the Air for Now — USA Today

USA Today has written an article regarding the growing issues with privacy rights and regulation brought with the ever increasing amount of drone users in Brevard County, with input from Widerman Malek, PL. Read more here.

Widerman Malek, PL Establishes UAS/Drone Law and Regulation Group

Widerman Malek, PL is pleased to announce the establishment of a Drone and Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Law and Regulation group.  This group includes Scott Widerman, a licensed pilot and commercial law attorney, Edward Kinberg, an administrative and regulatory law attorney, and Kelly Swartz, a patent attorney and computer engineer.  Attorneys Kinberg and Swartz recently attended […]

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