When an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) struck the Great Wheel on Seattle’s waterfront last November, it was a vivid demonstration of what can go wrong as more drones take to the sky.

UAVs, once used mostly by hobbyists and the military, are now undergoing rapid advances in technology that unlock their potential to revolutionize commerce in dozens of areas — from delivering products to monitoring farms.

If yours is among the hundreds of companies considering ways to integrate the use of UAVs into your business, there are some legal issues to consider. Read more.