Kennyhertz Perry Celebrates 9 Year Anniversary

Kennyhertz Perry Celebrates 9 Year Anniversary

Kennyhertz Perry is proud to announce that it is celebrating its 9-year anniversary. The firm is honored to have served its clients and the Kansas City community these past nine years and is looking forward to many more to come. About Kennyhertz Perry, LLC Kennyhertz Perry, LLC is a business and litigation law firm representing

Kennyhertz Perry Welcomes Kelly Willyard

Kennyhertz Perry Welcomes Kelly Willyard

Kennyhertz Perry is excited to welcome Kelly Willyard to the firm. Kelly has over seven years experience with the Missouri Attorney General’s Office where she represented the state of Missouri and its agencies in a variety of civil matters, both prosecuting and defending state interests. Much of her practice focused on the protection and recovery

Mit Winter Quoted in On3 Article on Campus Legends and the Growing NFT Push in NIL Space

Mit Winter Quoted in On3 Article on Campus Legends and the Growing NFT Push in NIL Space

Campus Legends, a non-fungible token company co-founded by Tim Tebow, has formed a partnership with INFLCR and will be integrated into their global exchange for the next three years. Campus Legends is the first NFT platform to be featured on INFLCR and will allow college athletes to monetize their brand and make money through the

Braden Perry Quoted in GARP Article on FinCEN Recent Steps to Raise the Compliance Bar

Braden Perry Quoted in GARP Article on FinCEN Recent Steps to Raise the Compliance Bar

The Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) featured Braden Perry, among other experts, in an article on the Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) recent steps to raise the compliance bar. The rulemaking agenda published in January in the Federal Register highlighted areas of regulatory oversight. FinCEN has identified significant threats and intends to

Mit Winter Featured in On3 Article on NIL Deals Keeping Borderline NBA Draft Prospects in Schools

Mit Winter Featured in On3 Article on NIL Deals Keeping Borderline NBA Draft Prospects in Schools

With the new NIL deals entering the equation this spring, players could be swayed to remain on campus another season instead of forgoing their eligibility and electing to enter the NBA draft early. These name, image, and likeness deals totaling $500,000 per year could weigh heavily on these decisions for young athletes. Mit Winter spoke

Beyond the Coke® and Pepsi® Challenge: Liability with Regard to Comparative Advertising

Beyond the Coke® and Pepsi® Challenge: Liability with Regard to Comparative Advertising

In 1975, Pepsi-Cola launched an advertising program in which patrons at shopping malls all over the United States engaged in a blind taste test of Coke and Pepsi. The results tended to favor Pepsi and “the Pepsi challenge” was an important feature of Pepsi-Cola’s advertising in 1975. Although the “Pepsi challenge” is a famous example

Kennyhertz Perry Attorney Mit Winter Featured in Article Discussing Ohio State’s New Edge Team and Its Decision to Begin Facilitating NIL Deals for its Athletes

Kennyhertz Perry Attorney Mit Winter Featured in Article Discussing Ohio State’s New Edge Team and Its Decision to Begin Facilitating NIL Deals for its Athletes

Even though college athletes now have the ability to enter into name, image, and likeness deals and to be paid for the use of their NILs, most colleges and universities have made the decision to stay out of the deal making process.  Ohio State, however, has decided to go against that trend.  It recently announced

Mit Winter Featured in NIL Q&A Discussing NIL Deal Signed by High School Lacrosse Star

Mit Winter Featured in NIL Q&A Discussing NIL Deal Signed by High School Lacrosse Star

College athletes are not the only non-professional athletes signing NIL these days.  High school athletes in five states (California, New York, Nebraska, New Jersey, and Alaska) can now also sign NIL deals. Taking advantage of this opportunity, Joey Spallina, the number one ranked high school lacrosse player in the nation and a Syracuse lacrosse commit

The New “Small Claims Court” for Copyright Claims under the CASE Act

The New “Small Claims Court” for Copyright Claims under the CASE Act

In order to “promote the progress of science and useful arts,” the U.S. Constitution (Art. 1; Sec. 8) gives Congress the authority to secure the exclusive rights to their creations and discoveries to authors, artists, and inventors. Although filing a copyright registration is not a “one-click” operation, depending on the complexity of the particular filing,