07.26.2017 Kevin Pomfret Writes on Evolving Drone and Privacy Laws for CLM Magazine

Attorney Kevin Pomfret, on behalf of the Property Drone Consortium, wrote an article for the July issue of CLM Magazine about the evolving  landscape of state and local drones and privacy laws. The article discusses several issues affecting unmanned aircraft systems right now, including whether federal laws preempt local and state regulations, the evolving nature of what constitutes  “a reasonable expectation of privacy” and efforts to regulate “surveillance.”

To read the article, click here.

CLM Magazine is a monthly publication produced by the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance. It is “is the premier source for content that addresses trends, topics of interest, and industry challenges for those in the claims and litigation management industry.”

The Property Drone Consortium represents a collaboration among insurance carriers, construction industry leaders and supporting enterprises who have agreed to work together to promote research, development and the assessment of regulations for the use of Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) technology across the insurance and construction industries. For more information, click here.