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Autonomous Vehicle Manufacturers Do Not Need to be Shielded from Lawsuits

Full disclosure # 1: I, the author of this blog post, am a trial lawyer. Full disclosure # 2: The law firm that allows the publication of this blog post has many, many, many more trial lawyers. Without disputes that could go...more

Drone on Drones: FAA Commercial Drone Regulations Finalized

The FAA finalized the first operational rules for routine commercial use of small unmanned aircraft systems this week, beginning the process towards full integration of drones into domestic airspace. The regulations, which in...more

FAA Releases Long-Awaited Rule for Commercial Operations of Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems

A key milestone in regulating the commercial use of small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS), the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) final rule overhauls the current case-by-case exemption regime, establishes an...more

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical released guide for novice drone operators

Everywhere you look there is another news story about drones. Now, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Worldwide Campus has released the first comprehensive consumer guide to buying and using small unmanned aircraft...more

Opening the Sky for Drones: FAA Issues Drone Rules for Commercial Flights

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on June 21, 2016 announced its long-awaited rule to allow commercial drone operators to legally fly their drones for pay and/or hire in the United States. The new rule will take...more

FAA’s New Rules for Small Unmanned Aircraft

Since the Federal Aviation Administration issued its proposed rules for small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) in February of 2015, the industry has been eagerly waiting to learn what the final rules will be. On Tuesday, June...more

New FAA Drone Rules

On June 21, 2016, the FAA issued its long-awaited regulations governing “Small Unmanned Aircraft,” or drone operation. The regulations allow the use of drones weighing less than 55 pounds, traveling less than 100 mph...more

FAA Issues Final Rule for Businesses to Use Drones

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued its final rule on how businesses may use small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), often referred to as drones. The rule, which will be commonly known as Part 107, is expected...more

FAA finalizes small UAS rules - releases Part 107

The day the UAS industry has been waiting for is finally here. The US Federal Aviation Administration has just announced the release of 14 CFR Part 107, which sets out the operating rules for all small unmanned aircraft. This...more

FAA's New Drone Rule Eliminates Pilot's License Requirement

The Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) new rule on the commercial use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS, or drones), announced yesterday, will eliminate the current requirement for commercial drone operators to hold a...more

News of Note in IP

Each week, Sheppard Mullin brings you News of Note in IP: The latest news in the IP-related fields of technology, privacy, fashion, advertising, music, and social media, curated by our IP team. Here are some of the stories...more

FAA to Release Final Rule for Commercial Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Operations; More Work Will Remain

Key Points - - The FAA will soon release a final rule governing commercial small UAS operations (“Final Rule”) that will represent a major step forward for both innovation and aviation. - While the rule is...more

Your daily dose of financial news - The Brief – 6.21.16

We reported last week on the additional $2 billion that Uber took in through the leveraged loan market. Andrew Ross Sorkin gives us an interesting reason for why Uber’s still got its hat in hand ($15 billion cash in hand and...more

NHTSA Will Give States Autonomy on Self-Driving Rules

In a blog post last month, we covered the announcement of the Self-Driving Coalition for Safer Streets, a lobbyist group with the aim of removing any legal or regulatory hurdles that might slow the development or deployment...more

First company in the world to create drone navigation system integrated with insurance

Recently, Singapore-based ALAS Pte Ltd (ALAS) demonstrated its new software system for drone navigation, integrated with insurance for all users, at the Asia Pacific Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) Symposium held in...more

Drone experts say human and machine should be treated the same when it comes to privacy and security

Last week I attended the International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (ICUAS) in Arlington, Virginia. An “Ethics and Engineering” panel set forth some interesting questions for those individuals and businesses...more

Recreational model aircraft hobbyist files appeal against FAA for drone registration

We previously reported that model aircraft hobbyist John Taylor filed suit against the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) challenging the requirement to register with the FAA in order to fly his model aircraft near his...more

Drones and Privacy Just Got More Complicated (Table Included)

As businesses seek to integrate into their workflows data collected from Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), commonly known as drones, they are confronted with a very sensitive and complex issue: privacy. Currently, there...more

Are we entering the era of engine sound marks?

One of the biggest issues facing electric car manufacturers is how quiet they are. So quiet in fact that 60 Minutes edited in an engine roar to its Tesla story. The quiet can have dangerous consequences for pedestrians and...more

Gear Up for Driverless Cars: Full Speed Ahead or Just Kicking the Preemption Can Down the Road?

Transportation and technology continue to maintain a strong “buzz.” As more and more states join the driverless vehicle regulatory fray, including Michigan, New York and Tennessee, all eyes are on the National Highway Safety...more

U.S. DOT Moving Closer to Certification of Driverless Cars

Motor vehicle design continues to make significant technological leaps incorporating a number of automated features, with many manufacturers pioneering the concept of driverless cars. What was once the stuff of science...more

FAA FOIA Request Sheds Light on Fines Against Drone Operators Across the Country

Last week, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) responded to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, releasing the list of drone pilots (individual and commercial) who have been fined for flying drones recklessly or...more

Manufacturing as a Service

CONTEXT, a market research firm, projects that the worldwide 3D printer market (including printers, materials, and ancillary services) will grow to $17.8 billion over the next five years. One reason for the rapid expansion...more

Will We Continue to Uber and Lyft, or Will We Start to "VW?"

Volkswagen’s $300 million investment in ride-hailing service Gett is not exactly earth shattering news these days for the automotive industry. But what did catch our eye here at the Dashboard was what Volkswagen said,...more

NTIA Tells UAS Operators Not to Drone On

Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), more commonly known as “Drones,” are soaring in popularity – the Federal Aviation Administration saw more than 300,000 drones registered in just the first 30 days since they introduced a...more

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