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Even with an ironclad contract, integrators can be sued for “gross negligence” on a project. So should you even include that term in your contract?
Jason Knott · January 27, 2020
Checking on insurance and licensing, as well as reviewing your suppliers is good advice for 2020. Also, adding services around DIY solutions.
Jason Knott · January 02, 2020
It won’t be long until customers will only do business with integrators who install products that follow modern cybersecurity practices like secure encryption.
CE Pro Editors · August 12, 2019
The recent trend of DIY security companies claiming to protect homes with no contracts isn’t always 100% accurate.
CE Pro Editors · April 17, 2019
Integrators cannot force employees to work through lunch, nor can employees opt to waive their lunch break.
Jason Knott · December 26, 2018
Certain state laws prohibit audio recording in covert applications, so can you disguise an Amazon Echo or Google Home?
Jason Knott · December 18, 2018
Legal expert Ken Kirschenbaum advises integrators to be careful about adding credit card surcharges.
Jason Knott · November 20, 2018
Security dealer hires full-time ‘independent’ 1099 salesman who gets bit by a dog during a sales call. Who is liable for medical expenses and lost wages?
Julie Jacobson · August 13, 2018
Supplying surveillance video for ‘lawful purposes’ of apprehending suspects is OK., but there are numerous complex legalities for which dealers need protection.
Jason Knott · June 20, 2018
Attorney Ken Kirschenbaum suggests security dealers and other service-oriented businesses request these statistics to select the best E&O insurance provider.
Julie Jacobson · June 12, 2017