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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: Don’t Shortchange Your Customers When It Comes to Tech Choices, Central Station Selection

Don’t Shortchange Your Customers When It Comes to Tech Choices, Central Station Selection

Legal expert Ken Kirschenbaum explains why you you need to be sure that you are responsibly performing your services.

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: Why You Should Keep Your Future Account Purchase Options Open

Why You Should Keep Your Future Account Purchase Options Open

Legal expert Ken Kirschenbaum outlines some viable term options for purchasing subscriber accounts.

Read: Don’t Shortchange Your Customers When It Comes to Tech Choices, Central Station Selection

Don’t Shortchange Your Customers When It Comes to Tech Choices, Central Station Selection

Legal expert Ken Kirschenbaum explains why you you need to be sure that you are responsibly performing your services.

Read: Limit Your Exposure to Risk by Prioritizing These Legal Provisions

Limit Your Exposure to Risk by Prioritizing These Legal Provisions

The alarm and fire/life-safety business exposes you to risks that are unlimited and enormous. Here’s how to keep your company in the clear.

Read: Here’s Why the Security Industry Can Expect a Healthy 2018

Here’s Why the Security Industry Can Expect a Healthy 2018

The news has been dominated by stories of volatile societal influences, but they may be one reason why the security industry is going stronger than ever.

Read: Don’t Get Burned: The Risks Behind Installing Fire Detection Devices

Don’t Get Burned: The Risks Behind Installing Fire Detection Devices

Legal expert Ken Kirschenbaum explains why it may be time to stoke those insurance policies if you install fire alarms.

Read: How to Move Monitoring Accounts Following Their Sale Problem-Free

How to Move Monitoring Accounts Following Their Sale Problem-Free

Legal expert Ken Kirschenbaum explains how taking care in negotiating the Dealer Agreement can help avoid problems when moving monitoring accounts.

Read: Why the Exculpatory Clause Must Be the Clearest Provision in Your Contract

Why the Exculpatory Clause Must Be the Clearest Provision in Your Contract

An exculpatory clause in your alarm, security or fire contracts is necessary to prevent being sued in instances of harm to person or property.

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.

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