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Legal Briefing: As Technology Becomes More Complex, Expect Alarm Contract Forms to Be Complex

Continuing to use outdated alarm contract forms is almost as bad as continuing to sell and install obsolete alarm systems, argues SSI columnist Ken Kirschenbaum.


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A couple topics that most people do not want to think about are death and taxes. However, for alarm company owners who are considering eventually transferring the business to children or other family members, the subjects are very important. Ken Kirschenbaum · February 27, 2012

A couple topics that most people do not want to think about are death and taxes. However, for alarm company owners who are considering eventually transferring the business to children or other family members, the subjects are very important. Ken Kirschenbaum · February 27, 2012

In this blog, Ken Kirschenbaum reveals his thoughts on New Year's resolutions and predictions for 2012 for systems integrators. December 26, 2011

In this blog, Ken Kirschenbaum reveals his thoughts on New Year's resolutions and predictions for 2012 for systems integrators. December 26, 2011

You should not enter into a buy-sell transaction without a knowledgeable attorney to assist you. Ken Kirschenbaum · November 06, 2011

You should not enter into a buy-sell transaction without a knowledgeable attorney to assist you. Ken Kirschenbaum · November 06, 2011

In this blog, Ken Kirschenbaum answers a reader who is concerned with competitor alarm companies stealing customers by means of deception. October 25, 2011

In this blog, Ken Kirschenbaum answers a reader who is concerned with competitor alarm companies stealing customers by means of deception. Ken Kirschenbaum · October 25, 2011

There is a reason the exculpatory clause is in every alarm contract. The right to contract away liability for your own negligence is recognized and enforced in all jurisdictions and has a firm public policy basis. Educating yourself and your subscribers (their lawyers and insurance brokers too) is essential for conducting the most important aspect of your business — selling RMR contracts. By Ken Kirschenbaum · October 11, 2011

The homeowner claims that they called ADT numerous times to come and re-install a smoke detector. However, after three years, the family says that the detector was never replaced, despite paying monthly fees to the company. October 03, 2011




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