As the topic of drones becomes more prevalent, lobbyists in Washington, D.C. are working to ensure they're part of the conversation. Holland & Knight recently created a drones practice in response to client interest.
"Taking a view of the last several years, the discussion has gone from ‘Should we allow drones' to ‘How do we integrate drones' because they're here," said Public Policy Partner David Whitestone, a team member of the firm's drone practice.
"We've been hearing from staff that this is something they're interested in, they want to help foster innovation in this space," said Public Policy Attorney Joel Roberson.
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