An Interview with “The Drone Lawyer,” Brendan Schulman

Commercial-drones-053M-573x450Brendan Schulman, “the drone lawyer,” is Special Counsel in the Litigation Department at the law firm Kramer-Levin, where he heads the firm’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems practice. He successfully defended Raphael “Trappy” Pirker in the first-ever federal case involving the operation of a commercial drone in the United States. He has two decades of hands-on experience with unmanned aircraft technology, and has been quoted in hundreds of news media outlets on the topic of Unmanned Aircraft Systems and is frequently invited to speak on the topic. He counts 3D Robotics among his many clients.

A few days ago I spoke with Brendan at length about the current state of drone laws in the U.S.

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