As industry groups begin to expand their use of drones, many questions have arisen surrounding issues between city, state, and federal law. McGinnis Lochridge Partner Jessica Palvino recently had the opportunity to sit down with Steve Hogan at Drone Law Today. Their in-depth discussion explored the world of “Texas Drone Law” and the potential impact of regulatory uncertainty on the emerging industry.
Welcome back, Drone Law Nation! Today we’re heading to the world of “Texas Drone Law” with our guest, attorney Jessica Palvino. Jessica is a partner with the McGinnis Lochridge firm in Austin, Texas. Jessica is one of the leaders of her law firm’s UAV practice, and is the chief “expert/blogger” at www.droneadvocates.com. An entrepreneur at heart, Jessica is a board member of the Austin-based “Thinkery,” which she describes as “a foundry for a new generation of innovators and problem solvers.”
Our talk goes into Texas drone law, how regulatory uncertainty hurts the growth of the drone industry, and how alliances between the drone community and other industries will shift the balance of power in state drone law. Follow Jessica on Twitter at @jessicapalvino for the latest in Texas drone law!
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