Ashfords has a unique expertise in Aviation Law with an excellent reputation for representing those working in a variety of roles within the aviation industry. Part of that reputation is built on an excellent understanding of the legal issues that affect innovative technology across a wide range of sectors.
The popularity and wide range of uses for which Drones (also known as UAVs) can be utilised give them the potential to revolutionise the way that many companies perform traditional tasks - the market for drones can therefore be expected to expand rapidly over the coming years.
We offer a tailored service for all our clients, and aim to find solutions for commercial concerns rather than problems. Across Ashfords we have a wide range of experience enabling us to act in all types of matters relating to UAVs.
We can advise on applications for CAA permissions and the application of general exemptions as well as the potential enforcement issues that may arise if the use of a UAV goes wrong. In matters relating to breach of the Air Navigation Order 2016 to potential civil litigation, Ashfords have the resources and ability to act in all matters relating to this developing technology.