Many Missourians planning on applying for medical marijuana dispensary, extraction, and/or cultivation licenses looked forward to June 4, 2019 with anticipation. On that date, the Missouri Department of Health and
On June 4, 2019, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) filed a subpoena enforcement action in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois against Covalent Collective, a
Private Industry Notification (PIN) 20190530-001 was being distributed to make private sector partners aware of business email compromise/business email spoofing (BEC/BES) scams where cyber criminals are targeting the West Texas
Recently, Kennyhertz Perry’s Attorney Benjamin Tompkins presented at the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association’s 46th Bench-Bar & Boardroom Conference 2019 in Branson, Missouri. Tompkins was a co-presenter for a Continued
Under the current schedule presented by Missouri lawmakers, the first legal use of medical marijuana by Missouri residents could occur as soon as the end of 2019. While constitutional, criminal,
On May 2, 2019, the US Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”) published A Framework for OFAC Compliance Commitments, which identifies five essential components of an effective Risk-Based
The Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) charged Stephen Brandon Anderson and his company, River Source Wealth Management, an RIA located in North Carolina alleging the firm systematically overcharging his clients.
Yesterday, the SEC sought emergency action in federal court charging Robert Morgan, a New York residential and commercial real estate developer, and two of his entities, Morgan Mezzanine Fund Manager
Allied Wallet, described as a provider of e-commerce merchant services and online payment processing services, settled claims by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) that it assisted numerous scams by knowingly
NCAA To Examine Allowing College Athletes To Receive Compensation For Use of Name, Image and Likeness
The NCAA announced yesterday that it has formed a working group to examine issues related to college athletes receiving benefits for the use of their name, image and likeness (“NIL”).
Yesterday, the Middle District of Florida entered a Consent Order for Permanent Injunction, Civil Monetary Penalty, and Other Equitable Relief against Dr. Michael Shahand and Zilmil, Inc., who allegedly engaged in
Kennyhertz Perry Attorney Braden Perry was recently featured in a Disruptor Daily article discussing benefits of Blockchain in the cannabis industry. Mr. Perry was one of six experts to discuss the