Star Tribune: Business Forum – Drones in Civilian Life, Useful Tools or Invasive Trouble?

July 2013

In a Star Tribune article authored by FMJ Unmanned Aircraft Systems attorney Donald Chance Mark, Jr., he discusses important questions relative to drones, including: Where does the use of drones cross over from serving a civic or entrepreneurial purpose to one that intrudes on individual privacy and compromises basic civil rights? What guidance, if any, does federal, state or local… Read more >

FMJ Case Air Wisconsin v. Hoeper Heading to United States Supreme Court

June 2013

The U.S. Supreme Court recently granted Air Wisconsin’s petition for certiorari in the case of Air Wisconsin Airlines Corp. v. Hoeper – a case with national implications and the potential to affect anybody who flies or will fly aboard commercial aircraft. The case arose from a call made by Air Wisconsin to the Transportation Security… Read more >