How Not to Land You & Your Drone in Hot Water
Drones are hot gift items, but they also have practical uses such as land surveying, law enforcement, and film production. Whether soaring in a neighborhood or flying over a construction site, use of these devices bring up questions about privacy, governmental compliance, and criminal laws. Attorneys Jennifer Lee and Franz Borghardt will discuss drones/UAVs and legal implications associated with their recreational and commercial uses.
About Jennifer Lee
Jennifer Lee is a partner at the law firm of Chehardy Sherman Williams, where her primary areas of practice are business and corporate law. She also works with individuals on estate planning and succession needs.
Jennifer served 12 years as General Counsel of Neill Corporation, a national company based in Hammond, before joining a Northshore business law firm and then CSW. She represents clients ranging from small and start-up businesses to larger regional and national companies in a variety of industries, including photography, environmental consulting, engineering, landscaping, salon and spa, retail, drone services, non-profit, real estate, marketing, technology, education, and distribution companies. She also serves as virtual in-house counsel to several clients with a focus on preventing, rather than reacting to, legal issues. At CSW, Jennifer assists businesses with corporate, employment, human resources, contract, intellectual property, trademark registration, general business consultation, and related company matters. She also helps individuals with life and estate planning and successions.
About Franz Borghard
Franz Borghardt practices criminal defense and civil rights law in Louisiana federal, state and municipal courts. He is the owner of the Borghardt Law Firm. He is a graduate of the National Criminal Defense College and the Trial Lawyers College. He is a member of the NACDL and LACDL. He is a CJA Panel Member for the Federal Middle District of Louisiana. He has previously been employed as a felony assistant in the East Baton Rouge Office of Public Defender and the East Baton Rouge District Attorney's Office. He additionally consults on jury selection. He has presented CLE’s in the areas of jury selection, domestic violence, criminal law topics, and a seminar for law enforcement officers and law enforcement forensic scientists. He has written published articles on criminal law topics, cell phone search and seizure, jury selection, and social media.
11:30: Registration & Lunch Starts
Noon: Program Begins
1:00: Program Ends
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Tech Park Academy is a monthly seminar hosted by the Louisiana Technology Park. We strive to bring you talented, knowledgeable professionals who have invaluable information to share. These events are accompanied by a catered lunch, which is included in the ticket price of $10.
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