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Justine Kasznica Examined “Regulatory and Legal Issues Affecting the Commercial Use of Drones (UAV)”

On December 4, 2014 by Schnader

Innovation Practice Group chair Justine Kasznica was part of a panel discussion on “Regulatory and Legal Issues Affecting the Commercial Use of Drones (UAV)” at the 2014 Aviation Finance Conference on Thursday, December 4, 2014, in New York City. Panelists explored the array of regulatory and legal issues affecting the commercial use of drones. Privacy issues are often at the forefront of these discussions, and panelists from various industries and perspectives shed light on how to respond to a rapidly-changing industry.

The 4th Annual Aviation Finance Conference was co-sponsored by the American Bar Association’s Forum on Air & Space Law and the Commercial Finance Committee’s Subcommittee on Aircraft Financing (Business Law Section). Leading professionals presented five distinct and timely panels addressing a variety of financing issues facing the aerospace industry. Panels provided substantive, insightful, and balanced information and debate, and are designed to educate those unfamiliar with the key aviation finance issues as well as provided current and practical information for those who have been practicing in the area for years.

For more information please visit the event website.