Kansas City Star Business June 11, 2013 Kennyhertz Perry was mentioned in the Business Briefs section of the Kansas City Star. Click the link below to see the full announcment: Read more here: http://www.kansascity.com/2013/06/11/4279277/new-law-firm-in-prairie-village.html#storylink=cpy
In May, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) sent warning letters to 10 of the 45 data broker companies following a test-shopping operation, warning that their practices could violate the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).
The test-shopping operation was performed by non-attorney FTC staff members posing as individuals or representatives of companies seeking information about consumers to make decisions related to their creditworthiness, eligibility for insurance or suitability for employment.
Kansas City, MO (May 20, 2013)- Two veteran Kansas City attorneys, John Kennyhertz and Braden Perry, are pleased to announce the formation of Kennyhertz Perry, LLC. The business, litigation, and government compliance firm represents companies and individuals in highly-regulated industries, bringing a unique mix of top law firm expertise, practical experience, and pragmatic business solutions.
Kansas City, MO – Braden M. Perry, formerly an attorney with the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission and later Senior Vice President/Chief Compliance Office of a global financial services firm, is now pursuing his own clients.
“I’m very excited,” said Perry. “This is obviously a wonderful opportunity for me as the only former Southwest Region Enforcement Attorney in private practice.”
Braden Perry Presents CLE on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: Prevention, Defense, and its Impact on Business
Kansas City, MO (August 29, 2012) – Today, Braden Perry will share his Foreign Corrupt Practices Act expertise with fellow attorneys.
Kansas City, MO (February 29, 2012) – Today, Braden Perry, former CFTC senior trial attorney in the Enforcement Division, will join John Shaw of Berkowitz Oliver and Jeff Kruske, General Counsel to the Kansas Securities Commissioner to discuss the MF Global “loss” of over one billion dollars of customer funds, its bankruptcy and current issues