The Kansas City Star Quotes Jon Dedon on the Possibility of Legalized Recreational Marijuana Use in Missouri

The Kansas City Star Quotes Jon Dedon on the Possibility of Legalized Recreational Marijuana Use in Missouri

Kennyhertz Perry attorney, Jon Dedon, was featured in The Kansas City Star on the possibility of voters in Missouri approving recreational use of marijuana. This change to the state constitution will appear on the November 8th ballot and would give existing medical marijuana operations first dibs on the recreational market. Login to the KC Star

Kennyhertz Perry Welcomes Summer Intern Kristen Andrews

Kennyhertz Perry Welcomes Summer Intern Kristen Andrews

Kennyhertz Perry is excited to welcome summer intern, Kristen Andrews. Kristen is a second-year student at the University of Kansas School of Law, where she is an Articles Editor for the Kansas Law Review and President of the Sports Law Society. Her prior legal experience includes clerking for an area law firm, interning for Sporting

Richmond Times-Dispatch Highlights Mit Winter on his Success as a Sports Attorney and Becoming a Nationally Respected Voice on Name, Image and Likeness

Richmond Times-Dispatch Highlights Mit Winter on his Success as a Sports Attorney and Becoming a Nationally Respected Voice on Name, Image and Likeness

Kennyhertz Perry attorney, Mit Winter, a former William & Mary basketball standout, was recently acknowledged by Richmond Times-Dispatch as one of the nation’s respected voices on the NCAA and name, image and likeness deals. Mit’s background as a Division I college basketball player makes him uniquely suited to assist and advise athletes, universities, and other

Mit Winter Quoted in The Washington Post on the NCAA’s New NIL Guidelines Targeting Boosters

Mit Winter Quoted in The Washington Post on the NCAA’s New NIL Guidelines Targeting Boosters

A recent memo released by the NCAA’s Board of Directors targets third party entities, often referred to as collectives, to ensure NIL deals are not being used as inducements to persuade recruits to sign with a particular school. The Washington Post discussed this guidance with Kennyhertz Perry attorney, Mit Winter, and what it means in

Nordstrom on the Plaza – how about a Dillard’s or a Target instead? – See what John Kennyhertz had to say about it to The KC Business Journal

Nordstrom on the Plaza – how about a Dillard’s or a Target instead? – See what John Kennyhertz had to say about it to The KC Business Journal

“…[w]e (Kansas City) gave a private landowner a significant amount of extremely valuable property based on a Nordstrom store, and now they want to change the deal on us,” he said. “Simply put, this feels like a bait and switch.” In January of 2019, The Country Club Plaza received approval from City Council to relocate

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