All In Kirschenbaum
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
Who is liable for vehicle damage caused by technician who crashes a company car while texting? What about insuring employees’ personal vehicles?
Jason Knott · May 29, 2017
Integrators who do not have the proper legal language in their initial contracts, POs or Work Orders, or do Change Orders based on email agreements, are losing in court.
Jason Knott · March 14, 2017
New law called the Consumer Review Fairness Act of 2016 enacted in the waning days of the Obama Administration prevents integrators from including a non-disparagement clause in their contract, specifically protecting consumers’ right to post negative reviews. Law takes effect March 14, 2017.
Jason Knott · February 22, 2017