Russell Klingaman Authors Article on Airports Dealing With Nearby Drone and UAS Operations
Russell A. Klingaman, a partner in the Milwaukee office of Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, authored the article "Ideas for Airports Dealing With Nearby Model Drone/UAS Operations" published by the Wisconsin Airport Management Association in its June 2016 newsletter.
As noted in the article, "[t]he [unmanned aircraft systems (UAS)] laws are not clear or consistent concerning (1) how airports should be notified about nearby UAS operations, (2) how they should handle such notices, and (3) how they should reach agreements with local model UAS operators about appropriate procedures." In the article, Mr. Klingaman points out and offers his thoughts on what he states are "various problems associated with this vague area of the law."
Read the full article "Ideas for Airports Dealing With Nearby Model Drone/UAS Operations", on the Wisconsin Airport Management Association website.
Mr. Klingaman — a leader of Hinshaw's Aviation Law Practice — helps members of the business and aviation communities manage and deal with their legal matters. His strengths include resolving disputes, reducing risks and leveraging opportunities. As a licensed pilot and aircraft owner, he has unique insights in aviation-related legal matters including products liability, pilot errors, mechanical problems, Federal Aviation Administration enforcement actions, transactions and many others. Mr. Klingaman also has substantial experience dealing with issues involving business law and intellectual property including trade secrets, copyrights, trademarks and patents.