The lights will stay on at the FAA, at least for now. Last night, the Senate passed the House bill extending authorization for FAA funding through March 8, 2024. The stop-gap measure had been held up since late last week by Sen. Michael Bennet (D-Colo.), over unrelated concerns about funding…Continue Reading The Lights Will Stay On at the FAA . . . For Now
Registration is now open for the 2024 Aviation Symposium, which will take off February 6, 2024 at The Ritz Carlton, Tysons Corner in Virginia.
The three-day, in-person event will feature…Continue Reading Fox Rothschild’s 2024 Aviation Symposium Takes Off February 6 in Virginia
It appears that the FAA Reauthorization effort will take an unusual detour in the Senate this week. As readers are no doubt aware, the FAA will lose its legal authority…Continue Reading More “News” on the FAA Reauthorization!
The FAA has just updated its policy statement regarding the legal considerations applicable to state and local regulation of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). Originally issued in 2015, the FAA “fact…Continue Reading UAS & Federal Preemption: All Thing New Are Old
The U.S. House of Representatives is poised this week to begin consideration of the FAA Reauthorization bill. The legislation, known as the Securing Growth and Robust Leadership in American Aviation…Continue Reading “Extra . . . Extra . . . Read all about it . . . Still no Reauthorization!”
Thanks to everyone who attended our last webinar, Commercializing Space: The Next Frontier.
If you missed the presentation, or you just wish to revisit the topic, you can watch…Continue Reading Thank You for Attending Our Webinar – Commercializing Space: The Next Frontier.
A new decision by the United States Supreme Court has greatly expanded the locations where corporations can be sued. Traditionally, corporations are considered to be citizens of the states in…Continue Reading “Welcome to our State . . . and our Courts!”
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Commercialization of space is lifting off as space exploration and innovation…Continue Reading Commercializing Space: The Next Frontier
The FAA Reauthorization Act is starting to take shape, with welcome news coming out of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee. According to a press release, they have produced a…Continue Reading “It’s Only 773 Pages” . . . . House T&I Subcommittee Releases its Version of FAA Reauthorization
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