Former FAA Counsel Loretta Alkalay, NTSB Examiner John Goglia, DJI’s VP of Policy Brendan Schulman and Hogan Lovell’s Gretchen West discuss the current state of drone regulation.
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Brendan Schulman is Vice President of Policy and Legal Affairs at DJI, the world's leading civilian drone company.
Brendan is responsible for setting DJI's corporate policies relating to regulatory and legal issues, and advocating for reasonable and balanced policy outcomes for drone operators at the federal and state level, and internationally.
Previously, he was head of the Unmanned Aircraft Systems practice at the law firm of Kramer Levin in New York City, where he handled some of the landmark cases and regulatory proposals in the field. In his career, Brendan has represented various Fortune 500 companies, tech startups, robotics companies, investment firms, and educational institutions in their development and use of drones.
Brendan sits on the Board of Advisors of the international Humanitarian UAV Network, and served on the FAA's UAS Registration Task Force. Frequently quoted in the media on policy issues surrounding civilian drones, he has been building and flying his own recreational drones for over 20 years.