Bone McAllester Norton has added associate Trey Frazer to its ranks. He focuses his practice on commercial litigation, product liability, antitrust violations and intellectual property law. Frazer is an alumnus of Cumberland School of Law, where he served as the research and writing editor of the American Journal of Trial Advocacy. He also studied law abroad at Cambridge University in England.
Downtown law firm Bone McAllester Norton sees potential for the emergence of drones in commerce and has expanded its Entrepreneurial and Emerging Business Law practice group to include work on the corporate, IP and privacy aspects of putting drones to business use. Leading the effort is James Mackler, a former U.S. Army Blackhawk pilot who joined Bone in 2011.
“With the FAA’s injunction to integrate drones into commercial airspace and the designation of 16 test sites nationwide, the growing opportunities—and risks—associated with drones cannot be ignored,” Mackler said. “We have a strong group of attorneys with sophisticated experience that will be able to provide counsel to individuals and corporations wanting to leverage the power of UAS within existing business models or seeking to start a new venture within the UAS sphere.”
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