Drone Attorney and Industry Consultant Launches His Own Company

Grant Guillot is Launching His Own Law Firm Dallas, TX – Grant Guillot, a prominent drone attorney and industry business development consultant, has announced that he has opened his own company after establishing a thriving unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) practice at the top-tier regional law firm, Adams and Reese LLP.

As a result of his early buy-in to the industry and since launching a podcast with MarketScale in February of 2020, Guillot has cemented a reputation as a leading voice in the emerging drone industry.  He explains that his move will allow him to better serve his clients and the emergency drone industry as a whole.

Guillot has built on the success of his Drones in America program through media appearances on Fox News and Fox Business, served on the Advisory Board of the Commercial UAV Expo, and represented key players in the industry.

When asked about his move, Guillot said:

“After five productive years with a prestigious regional firm, I have opened my own UAS regulatory and business consulting services company, Grant Guillot, LLC.

As ubiquitous beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) operations move closer to becoming a reality, the need for current and prospective drone users to obtain regulatory guidance is increasingly important.

Simultaneously, opportunities for strategic partnerships between and among industry participants and government stakeholders are more prevalent than ever as UAS use cases, especially drone deliveries, are contemplated by a growing number of private sector and government entities due to enhanced public acceptance and growth in customer demand.

Through my experiences working with the United States Congress, the FAA and other federal government entities, international stakeholders, state and local government agencies, educational institutions, and, above all, UAS end-user companies, I am excited to begin this new chapter in my career and am ready to serve current and prospective end users seeking to leverage this game-changing technology.”

For more information on Grant Guillot’s weekly podcast, Drones in America, you can visit the show page. 

And for more information on Grant Guillot, LLC, you can visit his page or contact him via this link. 

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