Innovators need to work with policymakers, says Lisa Ellman.
Commercial needs is upping the ante for governments over regulation.
US drone laws will become a template for other jurisdictions, say US lawyers.
Employers need a wake-up call as disruptive technologies take control of the workplace.
Patents are a fast-track way of getting funding or increasing company value.
US states are looking at new rules for drone regulation but, says Thomas Haun, a unified framework is the ideal solution.
Litigation over copyright on works created by robots and A1 is a key risk for companies in Europe.
Q&A with Llewellyn Boyer-Cartwright, partner in Bahamas law firm Callenders and a former commercial airline pilot. The Bahamas, located east of Florida, is made up of about 700 islands.
US privacy laws will need to increase, says Tim Adelman.
Lawyers believe that better regulation would increase the region's flexibility in the marketplace.
US lawyer Tim Adelman believes the US model for regulating drones will be the one which others will follow despite Canada currently being ahead.
Whilst the US may be leading the world in terms of drones manufacturing, smaller countries are further ahead in developing their regulatory systems.
At least 17 US law firms have set up specialist drone law teams - many including lawyers who also have pilot licenses