Kennyhertz Perry Welcomes Tawni Wilhelm

Kennyhertz Perry Welcomes Tawni Wilhelm

Kennyhertz Perry is excited to welcome attorney Tawni Wilhelm to the firm. Tawni’s primary practice involves counseling clients in all areas of intellectual property with an emphasis on the procurement of domestic and foreign patent protection specifically in the areas of biotechnology, medical device technology, pharmaceuticals, bioinformatics, and computer and software arts. She has represented

NIBA Features Article on Ransomware During COVID and Proactive Cyber Hygiene: Authored by Braden Perry

NIBA Features Article on Ransomware During COVID and Proactive Cyber Hygiene: Authored by Braden Perry

NIBA features article by Braden Perry on ransomware during COVID and proactive cyber hygiene as part of cybersecurity awareness month. Earlier this year, the COVID-19 pandemic caused businesses to rapidly deploy a remote workforce, which created new challenges for financial firms, but also an opportunity for hackers to gain access to IT systems and sensitive

Hemp Industry Daily Quotes Braden Perry in Businesses Look to Blockchain to Provide Transparency to Customers Article

Hemp Industry Daily Quotes Braden Perry in Businesses Look to Blockchain to Provide Transparency to Customers Article

Businesses are starting to rely on blockchain technology to gain the trust of their consumers by making sure the products contain what is advertised and information on where it originated.  This is done by using blockchain to create a ledger that tracks the products journey from seed to sale. These businesses are wanting to share

Kansas City Business Journal Features Article on PPP Fraud: Authored by Braden Perry

Kansas City Business Journal Features Article on PPP Fraud: Authored by Braden Perry

PPP fraud in the billions: Loans over $2 million subject to scrutiny By Braden Perry  – Partner and Attorney, Kennyhertz Perry https://www.bizjournals.com/kansascity/news/2020/09/28/ppp-loans-over-2-million-subject-to-scrutiny.html  To date, the government has provided over $525 billion in relief through more than 5.2 million loans under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). The PPP was part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES)

Braden Perry Discusses the FinCEN Leaked SARs, Which Show ‘Massive Failure’ of Banks, Regulators with Fastinform.com

Braden Perry Discusses the FinCEN Leaked SARs, Which Show ‘Massive Failure’ of Banks, Regulators with Fastinform.com

A recent report about the potential laundering of trillions of dollars through the world’s largest banks demonstrates an ineffective regulatory system that is continuously abused by banks, with little chance of change unless direct action is taken by the government. Buzzfeed News pieced together decades of financial transactions and published their findings of its investigation.

Mit Winter Featured in Lead1 Association Video Podcast Discussing Newly Allowed Benefits for College Athletes

Mit Winter Featured in Lead1 Association Video Podcast Discussing Newly Allowed Benefits for College Athletes

Kennyhertz Perry attorney Mit Winter was recently featured on the LEAD1 Association’s new video podcast series, The LEAD1 Angle, discussing the new benefits and cash payments certain college athletes can now receive as a result of the Alston v. NCAA decision.  LEAD1 Association represents the athletics directors and athletics programs of the 130 member universities

The CFTC’s New Enforcement Manual Guidance Details Factors Used in Corporate Compliance Programs

The CFTC’s New Enforcement Manual Guidance Details Factors Used in Corporate Compliance Programs

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (“CFTC”) has announced Division of Enforcement staff-level guidance that outlines whether a company’s compliance program was reasonably designed and implemented to (i) prevent the underlying misconduct at issue; (ii) detect the misconduct; and (iii) remediate the misconduct. At all points, the Division will conduct a risk-based analysis, taking into consideration