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Ken Kirschenbaum, SSI Contributor

Security Sales & Integration’s “Legal Briefing” columnist Ken Kirschenbaum has been a recognized counsel to the alarm industry for 35 years and is principal of Kirschenbaum & Kirschenbaum, P.C. His team of attorneys, which includes daughter Jennifer, specialize in transactional, defense litigation, regulatory compliance and collection matters.

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Ken Kirschenbaum's Latest Opinion Posts

Read: Warning: Posting Surveillance Signage Does Not Constitute Consent

Warning: Posting Surveillance Signage Does Not Constitute Consent

Legal expert Ken Kirschenbaum explains why you should do yourself a favor and stay away from deploying surveillance signage.

Read: Why Alarm Companies Should Leave Monitoring to Central Stations

Why Alarm Companies Should Leave Monitoring to Central Stations

Alarm companies can reduce liability and exposure by deferring alarm responsibility to the monitoring pros.

Ken Kirschenbaum's Latest Posts

Read: Warning: Posting Surveillance Signage Does Not Constitute Consent

Warning: Posting Surveillance Signage Does Not Constitute Consent

Legal expert Ken Kirschenbaum explains why you should do yourself a favor and stay away from deploying surveillance signage.

Read: How Not Having Proper Documentation Can Ruin Your Company

How Not Having Proper Documentation Can Ruin Your Company

Legal expert Ken Kirschenbaum explains why you should always put everything in writing when it comes to employee contract details.

Read: Why Alarm Companies Should Leave Monitoring to Central Stations

Why Alarm Companies Should Leave Monitoring to Central Stations

Alarm companies can reduce liability and exposure by deferring alarm responsibility to the monitoring pros.

Read: What to Know About Taking Back Equipment in Account Takeovers

What to Know About Taking Back Equipment in Account Takeovers

How to handle trying to regain equipment when you’ve lost an account.

Read: How to Deal With a Customer’s Loss as an Alarm Company

How to Deal With a Customer’s Loss as an Alarm Company

There are four main steps you should take when asked for records regarding the alarm system and incidents.

Read: The Importance of Understanding New Technology

The Importance of Understanding New Technology

Ken Kirschenbaum isn’t ashamed to admit he didn’t know the meaning of IoT. Read why he believes it’s important to get with the times and stop being afraid to ask questions.

Read: Knowing When You Need a Lawyer Vs a Broker to Do That Deal

Knowing When You Need a Lawyer Vs a Broker to Do That Deal

One thing is for sure, you definitely need a lawyer when selling or buying an alarm business.

Read: Do Contract Term Lengths Affect Valuations?

Do Contract Term Lengths Affect Valuations?

Determining if it’s contract terms that bind a subscriber to an alarm company or if it’s something more.

Read: How to Alert a Subscriber, Let Us Count the Ways

How to Alert a Subscriber, Let Us Count the Ways

Counting the ways to alert your account base besides calling.

Read: Can You Sue an Employee for Incompetence?

Can You Sue an Employee for Incompetence?

Straight answers on suing employees when they screw up.

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