All In Legal
ADT fired the technician in question last year after the company learned that he added his personal email address to customers’ accounts during service visits.
Steve Karantzoulidis · April 06, 2021
A newly passed bill by Georgia lawmakers overturns the ability for jurisdictions to fine alarm companies for false alarms that are triggered by end users.
Rodney Bosch · April 05, 2021
During the webinar on April 6th, representatives from NSCA and the Connected Technologies Consortium will discuss current legislation integrators should be aware of that could severely impact their business.
CE Pro Editors · March 29, 2021
AVAD Canada ceases operations one day after WAVE is acquired. Court petition cites inability to operate without support from U.S. entity.
Jason Knott · March 19, 2021
According to court filings, Zoom alleges RingCentral is still advertising a video product is powered by Zoom even as company transitions customers to Zoom-free product.
Zachary Comeau · March 16, 2021
Legal expert says every rule has exceptions, and there can be unique applications where security cameras in bathrooms are needed.
Jason Knott · March 12, 2021
Sonos reports Q1 revenues of $645.6 million, up 15%. Profits rise 78%. Lawsuits against Google progress, and manufacturing moves to Malaysia.
Jason Knott · February 11, 2021
Late fees can be governed by local statutes with limitations on dollar amounts or percentages, and required time that must have elapsed.
Jason Knott · February 03, 2021
GCs and clients are more frequently requesting integrators to add them as ‘additional insured’ to their own insurance policy.
Jason Knott · January 19, 2021
Clients who are senior citizens now have 5 days to rescind an agreement. Specific wording, typeface sizes are now required.
Jason Knott · December 15, 2020