The largest reported alarm defense case in history began its story on March 14, 2010 when five burglars cut their way through the roof of pharmaceutical company Eil Lilly’s warehouse and stole $60 million of Prozac, Zyprexa and other prescription drugs.
Ken Kirschenbaum · April 06, 2016
A federal jury in Florida has determined Tyco Integrated Security isn't liable for the theft of more than $60 million worth of prescription drugs from pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly's warehouse in Connecticut six years ago.
Scott Goldfine · April 06, 2016
Security giant ADT has lost a trademark infringement appeal against a smaller competitor calling itself APT (Alarm Protection Technology). ADT argued that the West Palm Beach federal jury that rejected its $27 million damages claims last year was working from flawed instructions.
Scott Goldfine · April 05, 2016
A privacy lawsuit in Battle Creek, Mich., centers around the use of video surveillance inside a women's locker room for police officers. Four plaintiffs reached a settlement on Wednesday.
Stephen Sellner · March 24, 2016
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first episode of the Video Weekly News, with the top story focusing on the Comcast ruling by the Massachusetts Attorney General that says the company does not require a license or a permit to install its wireless security systems.
SSI Staff · December 16, 2015
The ESA and MSCA expressed their disagreement with the Massachusetts Attorney General's ruling that Comcast does not need licensing or permits to install wireless security systems.
SSI Staff · December 11, 2015
On Wednesday, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey overturned a cease and desist order against Comcast stemming from a 2012 lawsuit backed by the Electrical Board that had kept the company from installing security systems in two towns in Massachusetts.
SSI Staff · December 10, 2015
A federal judge ruled that a lawsuit claiming that a faulty system installed by Tyco Integrated Security led to the theft of $80 million in pharmaceuticals from an Eli Lilly distribution center can proceed.
SSI Staff · July 07, 2015
A jury found U.S. Security Associates negligent in the deaths of two Kraft Food employees who were fatally shot by a coworker in 2010. The security firm was ordered to pay more than $46.5 million to the victims’ families.
SSI Staff · March 31, 2015
ADT accused Salt Lake City-based Alarm Protection Technology of infringing upon the residential security giant’s name and trademark. A federal jury in Florida disagreed.
SSI Staff · March 12, 2015