Nevada and the Terrorism Safety Act
IncSmart Nevada (Small Business and Startups) - Nevada and the Terrorism Safety Act.  The Safety Act limits a companies liability from a terrorist attack if it developed or deployed security technologies or services certified by the Department of Homeland Security.  MGM is the first company to use the Safety Act after the attack on America on 9/11.  The Safety Act limits and can eliminate a companies liability from a terrorist attack.   The Department of Homeland Security is responsible of the certification.  Certification can take longer than a year.  DHS has yet to act on the decision to call the attack in Las Vegas, a terrorist attack.  

As MGM faces a huge financial loss from the attack on October 1, 2017.  They are using the Safety Act to counter plaintiffs claims after the worst mass shooting in American history.  A terrorist killed 58 people from the tower of the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas.  MGM has already sued over 1000 victims of the shooting.  This was to avoid more law suites from the concert goers.  For the Safety Act to be used, the DHS has to all the shootings an act of terrorism.  
By IncSmart Staff Writer

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