Case of drone downed with shotgun does not raise federal question

Apr 5, 2017 By: Aaron Rolloff

A Kentucky federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit over an unmanned aircraft, ruling that despite the Federal Aviation Administration’s authority over all

FAA can enforce queries into viral ‘weaponized’ drone videos

Jul 25, 2016 By: Melissa Sachs

The FAA has a legitimate purpose to investigate the videos Austin Haughwout allegedly posted to YouTube, U.S. District Judge Jeffrey A. Meyer of the District of Connecticut said.

Today in 1986: SCOTUS upholds aerial surveillance by police

May 19, 2016 By: Jeremy Byellin

Thanks to California v. Ciraolo, the question of whether surveillance by police UAVs is constitutional has already been answered – and in the affirmative.

Look, up in the sky! California’s ‘paparazzi drones’ and privacy issues

Jan 30, 2015 By: Nick Sullivan

Buchalter Nemer attorney Paul Fraidenburgh and California state Assemblyman Don Wagner say the key to California’s new “paparazzi drone law” is that

Drone Regulation Update

Jan 29, 2015 By: Adam Lockhart

Given the recent increase in drone activity by private citizens, here is an update on drone legislation

News in Brief: Hollywood asks FAA to OK drones

Jun 19, 2014 By: Melissa Sachs

Seven companies that specialize in aerial footage for television and motion picture companies have asked the Federal Aviation Administration for approval to

Drones, law enforcement, and personal data

Apr 1, 2014 By: Adam Lockhart

The use by law enforcement of drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles, is increasingly becoming the subject of state legislation. Five states have