In today’s video I try to answer the question of “Are LAANC Authorizations enough to fly?”
I post videos every Monday mostly about Drones.
LegalDrone was created to educate Drone users about all Drone regulations (State and Federal). I’m a lawyer from Puerto Rico that loves Drones. I’m also authorized to practice law by the Puerto Rico Federal District Court.
Sorry, I can’t give you legal advice. Currently, I’m not taking any clients. If you are seeking legal advice, GET OUT OF YouTube! The best course of actions is to speak to your lawyer.
Recreational Pilots and Certified Part 107 Pilots should be aware of any new regulations.
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Disclaimer (the typical legal jargon):
NOT LEGAL ADVICE! This video was made for informational and educational purposes only and should not be considered in any way as Legal Advice, nor I can give you legal advice. Everything in this video and in this channel is for informational purposes only and not for the purpose of providing legal advice. Nothing here should be construed to form an attorney-client relationship nor generates an attorney-client relationship. To obtain legal advice on a particular case, issue, or problem, you should contact your attorney. Finally, I don’t intend to portray myself as an expert in a particular field of law. Again, NOT LEGAL ADVICE!
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Drone: DJI Mavic Air 2
Video Editing Software: Final Cut Pro