Perkins & Anctil, P.C. is proud to announce that Attorney Charles A. Perkins, Jr., a College of Community Association Lawyers fellow

The case against a Kentucky man being sued in federal court by a neighbor for shooting a drone from the sky has been dismissed due in part to the court’s nebulous view of “Aerial Trespassing” and the associated and still-developing legal concepts surrounding drones. The Federal Aviation Administration, the agency typically responsible for regulating flying machines of all kinds, did not involve itself in the matter, thereby leaving the federal judge to his own opinion of this new type of trespassing, which is that it is best adjudicated at the state level. Attorney David R. Chenelle, a drone enthusiast, has sent this link with more information: