Felton Banks, PLLC joins Michael Best & Friedrich, LLP.
Attorney Nick Dowgul, from the firm, will be speaking at the National Business Institute’s Continuing Legal Education Seminar titled “Guns, Gaming, Marijuana, Opiods, and Alcoholic Beverages” on December 7th at the Holiday Inn-Raleigh North Mid-Town. Nick’s topic will be ethics in the legal profession.
Most drone pilots know that Part 107 exists but did you know that North Carolina has a robust body of drone law, as well? Attorney Ashley Felton will review some of the key NC drone laws, as well as share her experience litigating a criminal drone case in Wake County. Bring your questions because we will end with a Q&A forum!
More info is on our event page!
Attorney Ashley Felton will be a featured panelist at the North Carolina Drone Summit and Flight Expo in August! Ashley will be sharing her knowledge of FAA and NC drone regulations along with some of the most prominent people and companies in the drone/UAV industry. Register for this event at ncdronesummit.com!
Interested in starting a drone business? Interested in working for or leaning more about already established drone business? If so, this Meetup is for you! Join us on April 19th for a Drone Business Roundtable. We have owners/ leaders of several local drone businesses to talk about their respective businesses, the challenges facing the drone industry, and their visions of the future. Bring questions, intrigue, and any other piece of knowledge you may wish to know or share!
If drones and UAVs excite you like they do me, you definitely do not want to miss our Drone Meetup on Thursday, March 29th! Not only will various representatives from the NCDOT be present to talk about their use of UAVs in the field, but they will also be sharing some of their research and development projects making NC a nationwide leader in drones and UAV development.
Join us on Feb. 21, 2018 as we briefly discuss the ultimate system-of-system integration challenges that is the current drone industry. From managing the minimally equipped, yet fully mission capable solutions of today, to multiple autonomous networks of drones sharing the same airspace of tomorrow- we, the drone community, are carrying a tremendous amount of responsibility. We must protect the safety of the airspace, while developing new technologies and procedures that enable greater use of the 3rd dimension, and fulfilling the potential of a modern aviation society. Kyle Snyder, the Director of the NextGen Air Transportation Consortium (NGAT) at NC State University, looks forward to the discussion and networking with this Meetup group!