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Good day fellow pilots. A few months ago I successfully sat for the FAA Commercial sUAS License. I Now have started a new Single Member Limited Liability Company (SMLLC) centered around drone applications. In discussions with my attorney he suggested that my FAA license (which is issued in my name) should now reflect the name of the SMLLC. The rationale being that it will be myself as the SMLLC who is piloting the drone. I understand the principle; which is that an SMLLC is designed to limit the single member's liability but to accomplish that objective, every effort should be made to clearly establish a boundary between the SMLLC and self (separate bank account, separate checkbook, ....) 1- Has any other commercial drone pilot has been similarly advised ? 2- Has your FAA License been discussed during formation of a commercial entity? 2- Has the FAA established a process to account for a SMLLC ? Thoughts ? Thanks