Ready for take off: navigating the legal framework around drones for business
Navigating the legal framework around drones for business
As drones continue to enter areas of our personal and professional lives, we are calling for greater clarity and education surrounding drone law, to help businesses realise the benefits of the technology, without exposing themselves to risk.
Our new research carried out by YouGov reveals the extent to which drones are taking off in business, despite poor knowledge of the rules surrounding their use.
One in three business decision makers (34%) say the technology is either already in use in their industry, or will be in the future. Over half (55%) of poll participants who predict the use of drones in their industry say they lack knowledge about the rules and regulations, such as in relation to security, privacy, aerial trespassing and personal responsibility.
Read our survey here.
News & Insights
Focus Antitrust - 19 June 2019
The latest edition of our regular Focus Antitrust update.
Model Clauses Update: Facebook’s appeal to stop the Irish High Court’s referral to ECJ on standard contractual clauses is dismissed
Are they now less attractive as a transfer mechanism?
The "average consumer" test is analysed by the High Court
The use of the term “fibre” in broadband advertisements for part-fibre services was unlikely to mislead the average consumer.
Charles Russell Speechlys advises Liquidnet Holdings on the acquisition of RSRCHXchange
Liquidnet is a cutting-edge financial technology solutions provider for institutional asset managers.