Posts Tagged ‘Liability’

Alarm Monitoring Contract Due Diligence Necessities

Wednesday, July 7, 2010 10:20 Be the first to comment

By Eric Pritchard, Esquire, Klenbard Bell & Brecker Contract due diligence related to an acquisition or financing cannot be undertaken lightly. What may seem like a perfectly fine limitation of liability clause to the untrained eye may actually present significant enforcement issues or have other fatal limitations. A contract may not comply with all applicable [...]

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Six Keys to the Sale, Installation and Service of Video

Monday, May 24, 2010 11:57 Be the first to comment

By Eric J. Pritchard Video is an increasingly important component in the overall security mix–particularly given the ever-improving sophistication of video technology and its continued decline in cost. Video can be profitable, but poses a number of liability-related issues, most of which can be dealt with in an effective, enforceable contract, adequate insurance coverages and [...]

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How to create contracts the right way

Tuesday, May 4, 2010 8:32 Be the first to comment

Things you must know in order to create contracts that are enforceable and will protect you from liability and damages. By Eric Pritchard We spend an awful lot of time and effort in the electronic security and life-safety industries focusing on subscriber contracts. That makes sense given the nature of the risk providers undertake in [...]

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