Legal Issues

Read: Vivint Accused of Impersonating CPI Security Reps in Latest Lawsuit

Vivint Accused of Impersonating CPI Security Reps in Latest Lawsuit

The lawsuit claims Vivint’s sales representatives posed as CPI employees or affiliates and tricked customers into signing up for Vivint’s service.

Read: ADT Accuses Vivint of Tricking Customers Into Switching Service in New Lawsuit

ADT Accuses Vivint of Tricking Customers Into Switching Service in New Lawsuit

ADT claims Vivint misled consumers by targeting ADT customers and deceived them into believing that Vivint is affiliated with the company.

Read: Genetec Declares ‘We Do Not Negotiate Payment With Patent Trolls’ After Litigation Win

Genetec Declares ‘We Do Not Negotiate Payment With Patent Trolls’ After Litigation Win

Genetec is using its win in a patent infringement lawsuit initiated by a non-practicing entity as an opportunity to proclaim its stance on patent trolls.

Read: What Security Pros Need to Know About the Telephone Consumer Protection Act

What Security Pros Need to Know About the Telephone Consumer Protection Act

Security companies are not immune from being targeted by litigious consumers and law firms for non-compliance with the TCPA. Here’s what to consider when calling or texting consumers.

Read: Deciphering New Ownership and Commercial Contract Obligations

Deciphering New Ownership and Commercial Contract Obligations

The alarm industry may think it invented RMR and automatic renewal, but contract disputes are common. Indulge this story involving the linen industry.

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: Sonos Slaps Google With Lawsuit Over Patent Infringement of Speaker Technology

Sonos Slaps Google With Lawsuit Over Patent Infringement of Speaker Technology

Sonos claims it warned Google about infringement activities back in 2016, yet the company continues to roll out products utilizing the Sonos’ patented technology.

Read: Class Action Lawsuit Targets Amazon, Ring Over Weak Camera Security

Class Action Lawsuit Targets Amazon, Ring Over Weak Camera Security

A lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court of the Central District of California targeting Amazon and Ring’s alleged negligence with regard to security practices.

Read: Do Liability Safeguards Continue in Renewals and Terminations?

Do Liability Safeguards Continue in Renewals and Terminations?

An exculpatory clause provides that the alarm company is not liable for damages suffered by the subscriber in certain circumstances.

Read: Aventura Charged With Selling Chinese Video Surveillance Gear as Made in the U.S.

Aventura Charged With Selling Chinese Video Surveillance Gear as Made in the U.S.

Seven people, including founder Jack Cabasso, were charged with selling cameras and other products to U.S. agencies in a years-long fraudulent plot.

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