Yesterday, the Supreme Court ruled against Amazon employees suing to get paid for time spent in line waiting to get searched by security.
This week has had numerous updates relating to UAVs. Here's a quick rundown.
A recent change in Texas personal injury law alters the way juries are allowed to hear evidence regarding medical bill damages. This article explores this change and how it affects Plaintiffs.
The rights of owners of emotional support animals are widely misunderstood. The allowance of emotional support animals on airplanes raises legal issues. Emotional support animals force us to balance the rights of groups of individuals.
Today in UAV news: a neighbor mistakes the UAV over another property as surveilling his own property and decides the appropriate action is to shoot the UAV with his shotgun.
Our ability to recall and reproduce a scene is shaky at best. This article is a reminder about the importance of collecting and preserving evidence.
Recently, Slate's Seth Stevenson reviewed his top Christmas list item: a new drone. His experience suggests that 1) many folks have these new drones on their Christmas list this year, and 2) there will be many accidents involving drones before the year is out.
As ridesharing companies such as Lyft and Uber have become more popular, questions regarding automobile insurance coverage for these companies and drivers have arisen.
GoPro has announced it will begin selling its own UAVs.
So many news events revolve around drone use that I thought it was a good idea to give a foundation on drone regulation and where it may be headed.