On March 16, 2022, I’ll be presenting at an event: Into The Metaverse: The Legal Realities Of Web3 The event will feature experts from the fields of art, finance, and law who will offer their views on the future of
Do landowners have a reasonable expectation of privacy as against observations made by the government using drones at low altitudes? On March 18, 2021, an appeals court in Michigan concluded yes, finding “that persons have a reasonable expectation of privacy
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I’m sorry. I’m not going to sign your open letter. I’m not going to sign your petition. I’m not going to join your group amicus brief. I’ve signed these things in the past, and unfortunately, they keep showing up. Here’s
I had the pleasure of moderating and participating in an exciting panel discussion related to drones, autonomous vehicles, urban air taxis and smart cities at the 2019 Pepperdine Law Review Symposium, co-sponsored with the Federalist Society’s Regulatory Transparency Project. The
On the eleventh episode of the Free Lunch podcast, I partnered with Mercatus Senior Research Fellow Adam Thierer to chat about the law and policy frameworks impacting emerging technologies. Our talk explored the idea of permissionless innovation, collaborative acceleration, and
On October 26, 2017 I will participate in and moderate a discussion at the Commercial UAV Expo Americas 2017. The plenary session will focus on the regulatory roadmap facing the drone industry in 2018 and beyond. Participants on the panel
Earlier this year I was appointed to the Federal Aviation Administration’s Remote ID Aviation Rulemaking Committee. This is my third Aviation Rulemaking Committee. From the FAA’s Announcement: Currently, there are no established requirements or voluntary standards for electrically broadcasting information
On September 6, 2017 I was quoted in a lengthy and well-researched article in American City & County Magazine. Here are some excerpts: The FAA’s regulations “focus exclusively on federal aviation safety concerns,” the NLC report notes. Among the rules,
On Wednesday, July 19th I participated in a briefing at the United States Senate regarding the legal framework applicable to drones. The participants in the briefing were: Nevada State Assemblyman Elliot Anderson Utah Senator Wayne Harper Pepperdine Professor and
On May 31, 2017 I will be speaking at ReCode’s CodeCon. It’s a great event with amazing speakers including Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, LA Clippers Owner Steve Ballmer, Senator Kamala Harris, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings and Intel CEO Brian
On March 3, 2017 I will be a panelist at the 2017 Stanford Technology Law Review symposium. The agenda appears below: Regulating Disruption: Responding to Emerging Technologies All events will be held at Stanford Law School Friday, March 3, 2017
On February 3, 2017 I will be delivering the keynote address at the Campbell Law Review Symposium. The symposium title is Flying Above The Law: Legal Issues Surrounding the Domestic Use of Drones. My remarks are entitled Drones and the Future of
On Thursday, January 19, I appeared on a panel with FAA Administrator Michael Huerta and others. The panel description is below: Keeping our cities safe and leveraging smart technologies go hand in hand. One such technology is the use of drones.
At 2:15pm on January 6, 2017, I will be a panelist at the Consumer Electronics Show. The panel is entitled “Innovating to Address Drone Related Challenges.” Details are provided below: Safety and privacy are overarching considerations as drones