Lisa Ellman

Hogan Lovells

Guest

Partner at Hogan Lovells and co-chair of the law firm's global drones practice group; former staffer in the Obama Administration (2009-2014) where she worked on policy related to emerging technologies and innovation, including drones

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Drone technology has many applications and it's creating an industry that's here to stay, but there are downsides.

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Drone technology has many applications and it's creating an industry that's here to stay, but there are downsides.

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