Ben Tompkins Named to POWER List for Tax Attorneys by Missouri Lawyers Weekly

Ben Tompkins Named to POWER List for Tax Attorneys by Missouri Lawyers Weekly

Kennyhertz Perry, LLC is pleased to announce that Missouri Lawyers Weekly recently named Ben Tompkins to its 2021 “POWER LIST” for tax law.  After interviewing attorneys around Missouri and consulting Missouri Lawyers Weekly’s archives, the publication’s editorial team included Ben on its list of “the 26 most powerful tax attorneys in Missouri.”   Missouri Lawyers Weekly

NextAdvisor Features Braden Perry in How Regulation Z Protects You from Predatory Lending Practices Article

NextAdvisor Features Braden Perry in How Regulation Z Protects You from Predatory Lending Practices Article

NextAdvisor spoke with Braden Perry, among other experts, regarding Regulation Z and how it applies to credit cards and other types of loans. Regulation Z, also known as the Truth in Lending Act, requires disclosures whenever consumers obtain certain types of loans, including mortgages, home equity loans, private student loans, home equity lines of credit,

Is Delta-8 THC Legal?

Is Delta-8 THC Legal?

Delta-8 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the hottest new hemp derivative, offering incredible commercial promise. But is it legal? The answer, as is usually the case with cannabis questions, is complex, particularly at the federal level. Arguably, all hemp-derived Delta-8 THC falls within the definition of “hemp” from the 2018 Farm Bill, and is therefore legal to

Braden Perry Featured in Bullish Article on How Non-Fungible Tokens Will Change the Future of Cannabis

Braden Perry Featured in Bullish Article on How Non-Fungible Tokens Will Change the Future of Cannabis

Non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, are generating a lot of money and media hype right now through the overlapping of crypto and cannabis. It’s an exciting commodity and straddles the illicit and regulated markets, legal in some places, outlawed in others. In a recent article, Bullish spoke with Braden Perry, among other weed experts, about the

Kennyhertz Perry Attorney Mit Winter Discusses Supreme Court Case on Sports Talk Radio

Kennyhertz Perry Attorney Mit Winter Discusses Supreme Court Case on Sports Talk Radio

Mit Winter recently appeared as a guest on 96.9 The Game to discuss the Alston v. NCAA case currently pending before the United States Supreme Court.  The Court has been asked to decide whether NCAA college athletes are entitled to additional compensation, specifically unlimited educationally related benefits and cash payments for academic awards and incentives. 

TechTarget Features Braden Perry in Feds Debate While States Act on Data Privacy Laws Article

TechTarget Features Braden Perry in Feds Debate While States Act on Data Privacy Laws Article

The California Consumer Privacy Act gives residents the right to control where their personal information is stored and how it is used. Since passing back in 2018, other states have followed in California’s footsteps towards state data privacy laws, including Maine, Nevada, and Virginia. Other states have gone in a different direction. Maryland recently passed

Kennyhertz Perry Welcomes Stacey Janssen

Kennyhertz Perry Welcomes Stacey Janssen

Kennyhertz Perry is excited to welcome Stacey L. Janssen to the firm. Stacey brings over 30 years of experience in elder law, estate and special needs planning, probate, and fiduciary litigation.  She has been recognized by Super Lawyers and as Best of the Bar by the Kansas City Business Journal for her service to her

That’s “Billion” with a “B!” Intel hit with $2.18 Billion Jury Verdict

That’s “Billion” with a “B!” Intel hit with $2.18 Billion Jury Verdict

Arthur Chaykin Head of Intellectual Property Law Department – Kennyhertz Perry, LLC In the case of VSLI Technology v. Intel a jury determined that some of Intel’s computer chips infringed the Plaintiffs’ patents resulting in a verdict of $2.175 Billion. This case will attract attention for the following reasons: The verdict is very large! Based