03
May, 2015
 
 

If you want to use an unmanned aerial system for your business or other commercial purpose, you will need to know how to get a Section 333 exemption from the FAA. The FAA requires that any aircraft operation (including UAS operations) in the national airspace (NAS) acquire pilot licensure and operational approval. Section 333 of …

28
Apr, 2015
 
 

If you are a pilot and have received a DUI in the United States, one question you may be asking is “how can I enter Canada with a DUI on my record?” Without a Canadian temporary resident permit, it may be close to impossible to enter Canada with a criminal record. Ever since September 11th, …

08
Apr, 2015
 
 

If you have ever been diagnosed with ADD/ADHD and/or have taken medications such as Ritalin, Focalin, Concerta, or Adderall, you could have a difficult time being granted a FAA medical. The FAA requires a special decision by the FAA Aerospace Medical Certification Division before granting a medical to any applicant that has been diagnosed ADD/ADHD …

08
Apr, 2015
 
 

A statute of limitation is the time period in which a lawsuit can be brought in a particular matter. When an attorney takes your case, he or she should carefully consider the statute of limitations in your case and file your lawsuit within the appropriate amount of time.   If your attorney failed to file …

08
Apr, 2015
 
 

Nothing can ruin your day quite like receiving a dreaded FAA letter of investigation in the mail. If handled improperly, the FAA letter of investigation could lead to an enforcement action and possibly threaten your livelihood or FAA certificated privileges. Understanding why you received your letter of investigation and what you should do in response …

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