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2021 Drone Law: Commercial Operators

Total Credits: 1.2 MCLE, 0.0 Ethics, 0.0 Elimination of Bias, 1.0 Kansas Credit

Practice Area:
Admin Law |  Business & Corporate |  Labor / Employment
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Many industries have implemented drones for cost-saving, efficiency, and memory-capturing purposes. For instance, drones have been used to inspect tall buildings, analyze crops, and capture some of life's most precious moments. Now, more than ever, it is important for drone operators to have an “air-tight” drone program. This presentation will offer an in-depth analysis of drone-related statutes and case law and will shed light on the steps that drone operators must walk through to mitigate liability.

  • What you will learn:
  • FAA Part 107 Rules
  • “Reasonable Operator” Standard
  • Agency Law and Liability (Employee v. Independent Contractor)
  • Protecting Rights to Work Product

Speaker & Moderator: Timothy J. Laughlin, Laughlin Law Office, LLC, Kansas City



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Laughlin Law Office, LLC

Tim Laughlin is the founder of Laughlin Law Office, LLC. LLO represents clients with environmental and drone-related legal issues. Tim has represented clients in multi-million dollar administrative nuclear waste and water permit proceedings and has consulted businesses, individuals and municipalities regarding drone safety, liability and personal injury claims.

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