Kennyhertz Perry partner Braden Perry was contacted recently by FedScoop.com to discuss the actions of MedSec Holdings, a cybersecurity firm who privately performed security penetration tests on St. Jude Medical’s devices, but then proceeded to partner with a short-seller rather than directly notify the medical device maker. “This disrupted the market and potentially put people at harm by
Investor Review Magazine have announced the winners of the 2016 Single Manager Awards and have named Kennyhertz Perry as the Best Securities Law Firm.
As diversification becomes the investment industry watchword many single manager funds are being overlooked, despite the numerous advantages including reduced fees, elimination of netting risk and the focus on specific investments or strategies, which can be useful for those looking to invest exclusively in one type of product eg. ethical investments.
In today’s complex litigation, the need for a financial or regulatory expert is becoming increasing more frequent. Former CFTC Senior Trial Attorney Braden Perry and former Kansas Securities Commissioner Marc Wilson have both been retained as an expert witnesses in the area of commodity and securities regulation. Mr. Perry has the unique tripartite experience of
Companies can now avoid FCPA prosecution by instituting an effective, functioning compliance program. Routine FCPA Due Diligence is a critical component in maintaining a FCPA compliance program. Experienced, and attuned to details, Kennyhertz Perry’s investigations are unparalleled in quality, exceeding FCPA’s standards. Partnering with Kennyhertz Perry will provide you with the transparency your company needs to stay
Kennyhertz Perry’s Government Enforcement attorneys represents individual and corporate clients faced with the increased use of criminal enforcement to address business practices, particularly as they relate to financial issues. Mr. Perry brings his enforcement experience as well as his substantial prior experience in white collar criminal defense practice, and as a firm, we represent corporate clients
Kennyhertz Perry advises clients on a wide range of commodities and derivatives regulatory matters. Kennyhertz Perry has experience in all types of derivative transactions and design structures to meet clients’ specific trading, financial and/or credit needs. The roots of the practice are in the commodities markets, where Kennyhertz Perry partner Braden Perry spent time as
Kennyhertz Perry’s regulatory attorneys specializing in novel and emerging regulatory issues, including issues related to the legalization of cannabis, investments into the industry, the Controlled Substance Act, and marijuana issues affecting the states. As former regulators, and former Chief Compliance Officer, our attorneys understand the trading aspects and exchange aspects of the proposed business models. Our
In a complex business environment with increased regulatory scrutiny around governance issues and stringent demands, Kennyhertz Perry’s regulatory and compliance attorneys brings a sophisticated understanding of the impact of these regulations on business and work with clients to identify and mitigate the risks of potential enforcement actions, navigate the complexity of the regulated world, and
Kennyhertz Perry advises clients on a wide range of commodities and derivatives regulatory matters, including CFTC Investigations and Enforcement. Kennyhertz Perry has experience in all types of derivative transactions and design structures to meet clients’ specific trading, financial and/or credit needs. The roots of the practice are in the commodities markets, where Kennyhertz Perry partner
Kennyhertz Perry assists clients with data security needs, blending traditional legal experience in the corporate and litigation arenas with technical acumen as well as breach management. We assist clients in prevention, developing robust information security programs, including administering internal compliance and risk assessments, which include the development and implementation of corporate policies and procedures required
Our team understands that businesses of all sizes, from startups to large corporations, seek to operate as efficiently as possible. We also have the perspective of knowing that businesses have ongoing need for outside general counsel across a range of issues.
To meet this need, we provide our clients with experienced outside general counsel that partners with management to meet a company’s specific legal needs in a cost-effective manner. We act as outside general counsel so that clients have full-time legal support without the overhead and cost of hiring an in-house attorney.
As former in-house attorneys, our lawyers have experience working from within a company to manage the full spectrum of legal issues that commonly arise during the life of a business. We combine this background with a high standard of client service to position our firm as a strong provider of outside general counsel services.
Kennyhertz Perry integrates broad regulatory expertise in their Financial Services practice group, including compliance and enforcement, with the transactional practices to which that expertise is critical. We are called upon by businesses who need help navigating current and future regulatory challenges stemming from the global financial crisis. To assist our clients in understanding the issues that will affect their industries, entities and transactions, we understand the impact of regulations and requirements of both The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act and a wide variety of U.S. and foreign regulatory reforms targeting investment business and market structures, alternative investment fund managers, private equity and others, central clearing and exchange-trading of derivatives, market abuse and insider dealing, capital regimes, and commodity derivatives.
Kennyhertz Perry regularly counsels lenders, investment advisers, broker-dealers, and fund managers on the laws, rules, and regulatory developments affecting their business, including regulatory requirements, risk management, licensing and registration, sales and marketing practices and materials, manuals and training, day-to-day compliance.