Curt Varone

CURT VARONE has more than 38 years of experience in the fire service, retiring in 2008 as a deputy assistant chief (shift commander) with the Providence, RI, Fire Department. He is now the director of the Fire Service Division of Legal and Liability Risk Management Institute and most recently was the director of the Public Fire Protection Division at the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). Varone is a practicing attorney licensed in Rhode Island and Maine and is the author of the books Legal Considerations for Fire and Emergency Services and Fire Officer’s Legal Handbook.

Don't Let Yourself Be Caught In the Retaliation Trap

So You Want To Fly a Drone: Drones and the Law

So You Want To Fly a Drone: Drones and the Law

Fire Law sidebar: Beverly Hills Supper Club Fire Revisited

Fire Law sidebar: Beverly Hills Supper Club Fire Revisited

Fire Law: Emails, Smartphones And Overtime

Fire Law: Cybervetting: Should You Or Shouldn't You?

Fire Law: Cybervetting: Should You Or Shouldn't You?

The First Amendment & Emergency Scene Photos

The First Amendment & Emergency Scene Photos

Fire Law: 2012 Cases And Controversies

Fire Law: 2012 Cases And Controversies

Fire Law: Pregnancy Discrimination In the Fire Service

Fire Law: Pregnancy Discrimination In the Fire Service

Fire Law: Can a Homeowner Just Say No?

Fire Law: Can a Homeowner Just Say No?

Fire Law: 2011 Retrospective of Fire Service Legal Developments

Fire Law: 2011 Retrospective of Fire Service Legal Developments

Fire Law: 2011 Retrospective of Fire Service Legal Developments

Fire Law: 2011 Retrospective of Fire Service Legal Developments

Theft in the Volunteer Fire Service

What Is Our Biggest Liability?

The Important Fire Service Legal Stories of 2010

A Firefighter’s Right to Remain Silent

No One Wins When the Rules Are Ignored

Fire Law: Firefighters, Discipline & the “Robin Hood Syndrome”

Fire Law: Firefighters, Discipline & the “Robin Hood Syndrome”

Fire Law: Can a Homeowner Just Say No?

Fire Law: Can a Homeowner Just Say No?

A Firefighter’s Right to Remain Silent

A Firefighter’s Right to Remain Silent

 

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