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► Puttering on about drones

Subsequent to the posting of this article, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, in a case styled John A. Taylor v. Michael P. Huerta and the Federal Aviation Administration vacated the requirement that drones flown for recreational purposes must be registered with the FAA. Therefore, the new requirements referenced in the […]

Fooling Mother Nature requires a Texas license

By Maria Folkerth July 27, 2016 Maria Folkerth is a summer intern at Farrow-Gillespie & Heath. She will begin classes at the University of Arkansas in the fall. Section 301.11 of the Texas Agricultural Code provides that a person must have a license and fill out an application for a permit to modify the weather. Cloud […]