Ken Kirschenbaum

Read: What to Know About Your Subscribers’ ‘Additional Insured’ Requirement

What to Know About Your Subscribers’ ‘Additional Insured’ Requirement

Don’t rely on whether the subscriber has indemnity coverage; it’s better to be named on the policy and have your own additional insured coverage.

Read: When (and When Not) to Contract in a State You’re Not Licensed

When (and When Not) to Contract in a State You’re Not Licensed

You may think a few accounts is OK, but do you really want to contract with hundreds or more of accounts in a state where you’re not licensed?

Read: Not Collecting Sales Tax on Service Agreements? Here’s How.

Not Collecting Sales Tax on Service Agreements? Here’s How.

Security dealers and custom integrators that offer remote systems management and other taxable services to out-of-state clients must collect sales tax.

Read: Is It Ever OK to Install a Security Camera in a Restroom?

Is It Ever OK to Install a Security Camera in a Restroom?

A legal expert says every rule has exceptions, and there can be unique applications where video surveillance cameras in bathrooms are needed.

Read: How Employers Can Protect Against Liabilities Caused by COVID-19

How Employers Can Protect Against Liabilities Caused by COVID-19

OSHA has released COVID-19 recommendations to protect employees in the workplace, but employers should be considering their legal exposure with an attorney.

Read: ADT Prevails in Wrongful Death Suit; Contract Language Seen as Key

ADT Prevails in Wrongful Death Suit; Contract Language Seen as Key

Alarm industry attorney Ken Kirschenbaum says the decision pronounced several policy issues essential to alarm company contract rights.

Read: How to Build Company Equity Beyond a Recurring Revenue Model

How to Build Company Equity Beyond a Recurring Revenue Model

In his Alarm Exchange newsletter, Ken Kirschenbaum addresses a reader’s question if certain types of recurring revenue enhance the company’s residual value.

Read: SSI Webcast: Get Your Legal Ducks in a Row Before Entering DIY Market

SSI Webcast: Get Your Legal Ducks in a Row Before Entering DIY Market

SSI Industry Hall of Famer Ken Kirschenbaum will explain how dealers can get involved in the DIY market without exposing their business to additional liabilities.

Read: Convicted Texas Door Knocker Gets 1-Year Jail Term, Fined $4K

Convicted Texas Door Knocker Gets 1-Year Jail Term, Fined $4K

In his Alarm Exchange newsletter, Ken Kirschenbaum examines the case of an alarm salesman who lost an appeal to overturn his conviction for shady sales practices.

Read: UTC Fire & Security, Honeywell Beat Telemarketing Class Action-Suit

UTC Fire & Security, Honeywell Beat Telemarketing Class Action-Suit

Multidistrict lawsuits sought to hold both companies vicariously liable for calls made by other companies that were attempting to sell home monitoring systems made by UTC and Honeywell.

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