Security installation professionals attending the 2007 ASIS conference in Las Vegas — or any other industry show for that matter — can bring back more than an armload of brochures, CDs and all those ...
August 31, 2007
Many Americans are breathing a sigh of relief now that April 15 — “Tax Day” — is in the rearview mirror. For others, though, the fear of being hit by an audit is providing cause for anxiety ...
March 31, 2007
The alarm industry has long been anxious about exposure to the legal liability presented by security and fire alarm systems. The sales, design, installation, service, maintenance, testing and monitoring of these solutions all have the potential to threaten a contractor with litigation ...
Jeff Zwirn · February 28, 2007
Dubious? Consider that you are already in the home. You have established your expertise in home electronics and wiring. And you’ve established your capacity to deliver products and services ...
October 31, 2006
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Appropriate contract clauses can limit security contractors' liability exposure. Despite this, many dealers alter or exclude these important provisions, possibly negating their insurance coverage. Exculpatory, limitation of liability and third-party indemnification clauses should always be included in an alarm company's contract.
August 31, 2003
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