A Practical Guide to Drone Law (Paperback)
With an explosion of interest in the technology from private and commercial users alike, the proliferation of drones in the coming years is set to generate some novel disputes concerning privacy, overflight rights, safety, insurance, finance and nuisance, amongst other things.
This book should satisfy the needs of the professional reader but is also pitched at drone users and their professional advisers to help them navigate the rapidly-developing laws and regulations governing drone use. Topics covered include:
- Regulations covering commercial and private use
- Data protection and privacy
- Negligence, nuisance, contract and other damage claims
- Intellectual property issues
- Employment threats and opportunities
- Criminal activity
- Likely changes in regulation
- An overview of unpiloted flight to date
- Civilian drone application rollout globally
- Delivery drones, emergency services, media and the arts
- Practical Guides to recreational Flying and how to become a professional drone pilot
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Rufus Ballaster leads Carter Lemon Camerons LLP's commercial property team. He has contributed to many journals and been a co-author of the Landlord and Tenant Factbook. He also lectures, leads seminars on commercial property issues and serves on panels with major course providers.
Andrew Firman is a partner in Carter Lemon Camerons LLP's corporate & commercial team. His employment practice covers both contentious and non-contentious work for both employers and employees. His corporate and banking practice concentrates on contractual and advice work given mainly to SMEs and charities.
Eleanor Clot became a Drone Regulation Expert while working for over 8 years in the UK and EU drone industry, most notably as the Operations Manager for EuroUSC, the world's first independent drone assessment and accreditation qualified entity. She has also worked as a paralegal and is embarking on training as a solicitor at Trowers & Hamlins LLP.