Drone regulation is not a zero-sum game - New Law Journal

Ed Cracknell, Partner in the Russell-Cooke Solicitors, property litigation team.
Ed Cracknell
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Drones now have many real-world applications and are increasingly being relied upon in various industries to carry out tasks that might otherwise have been more expensive, time-consuming and dangerous. But the increasing use of drones may cause issues of nuisance and trespass for landowners.

Russell-Cooke partner Ed Cracknell charts a flight path for drone regulation, arguing that new rules could both satisfy landowners’ concerns and support the drone industry.

Drone regulation is not a zero-sum game is available to read on the New Law Journal website. full pdf of the article is also available.

Ed is a partner specialising in all aspects of property dispute resolution. His areas of expertise include landlord and tenant disputes, business lease renewals, rent and service charge recovery, possession proceedings, and dilapidations claims.

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