June 2018

Q&A with Elizabeth Timme - Division Chair for the Women and the Law Division of the Indianapolis Bar Association

June 19, 2018
Q: Why did you join the Women and the Law Division (WLD) of the Indianapolis Bar Association, and how long have you been involved with the organization?
 
A: I’ve been involved with the WLD since 2013. I initially joined, because I wanted to get more involved in the Indianapolis legal community as a post-law school, Indiana transplant. I stayed and got involved in WLD leadership, because it’s inspiring and fun to be a part of a group of engaged, motivated, smart people working hard (and often under the radar) to create opportunities for other women in our community.


Drones and FCC Equipment Authorizations

June 18, 2018 by Lindsay M. Miller, Associate
On June 5, 2018, the Federal Communications Commission released an Enforcement Advisory confirming that audio/ video transmitter accessories used with drones must also comply with the Commission’s Equipment Authorization rules before being marketed to U.S. customers. According to the Advisory, the FCC “has observed a growing number of websites that advertise and sell noncompliant radio accessories, specifically audio/video transmitters (AV transmitters), intended for use with drones. Noncompliant AV transmitters are illegal, and they have the potential to interfere with public safety, aviation, and other operations by Federal agencies.”


The Indiana Agbioscience Story

June 8, 2018 by Melissa Proffitt, Office Managing Partner
Agriculture is at the heart of Indiana’s history and remains a key sector of our state’s business climate. However, over time, technology and life sciences have collided with agriculture creating a sophisticated agbioscience sector.


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