Husband and Wife Involved in Ponzi Scheme are Charged Almost $1 Billion by SEC

Husband and Wife Involved in Ponzi Scheme are Charged Almost $1 Billion by SEC

Jeffrey and Paulette Carpoff, out of California, were charged by the Securities and Exchange Commission(SEC) for organizing an almost billion-dollar Ponzi scheme including alternative energy tax credits.  The couple raised an estimated amount of $910 million from seventeen investors, over the years of 2011-2018 as stated by the SEC’s complaint.  Through the couple’s two solar

Missouri Medical Marijuana License Appeal-Call Us.

Missouri Medical Marijuana License Appeal-Call Us.

If you received a denial on your medical marijuana facility license application, we are here to help. Kennyhertz Perry is well-versed in the medical marijuana industry, and can successfully handle your appeal. All denials of medical marijuana facility licenses go first to the Missouri Administrative Hearing Commission, and are then subject to judicial review following

Mit Winter Quoted in Article Discussing Authorizing College Athletes to Benefit from Use of Their Name, Image and Likeness

Mit Winter Quoted in Article Discussing Authorizing College Athletes to Benefit from Use of Their Name, Image and Likeness

Arizona recently joined the list of states with a pending bill that would allow college athletes to be paid for the use of their name, image, and likeness. The number of states with pending bills now stands at seventeen, and the NCAA is also planning to propose its own rules on the issue.  The Arizona

30 Marijuana Trade Groups Urge Senator Not to Cap THC Levels in Safe Banking Act

30 Marijuana Trade Groups Urge Senator Not to Cap THC Levels in Safe Banking Act

Yesterday, 30 marijuana trade groups urged Senator Mike Crapo R-Idah0 to refrain from limiting THC levels in the Secure and Fair Enforcement (“SAFE”) Banking Act (House bill HR 1595). The SAFE Banking Act would essentially provide state-legal marijuana businesses with full access to banks and other financial services, as well as allow consumers to use

Braden Perry Highlighted In Article Discussing California’s New Privacy Law and Facebook

Braden Perry Highlighted In Article Discussing California’s New Privacy Law and Facebook

Effective January 1st, California’s Consumer Privacy Act “CCPA” went live with intentions to control companies like Facebook’s web-tracking practices.  However, Facebook disagrees and does not plan to make changes to it’s current web-tracking services and ad targeting abilities.  Perry, who specializes in privacy law, discusses this topic in yesterday’s article on TheStreet. “Facebook seems to

Following California’s Lead, List of States With Pending or Planned College Athlete Name, Image, and Likeness Legislation Has Grown to Thirty-Two

Following California’s Lead, List of States With Pending or Planned College Athlete Name, Image, and Likeness Legislation Has Grown to Thirty-Two

With the start of the new year, many states are beginning their 2020 legislative sessions and state legislators have begun filing or prefiling bills they hope to see become law.  A popular bill topic in many states has been name, image, and likeness rights for college athletes.  With the passage of California’s law, legislators in

Braden Perry Featured in Cointelegraph Article on Decentralization and Security Issues with Decentralized Apps

Braden Perry Featured in Cointelegraph Article on Decentralization and Security Issues with Decentralized Apps

On January 9th, on Cointelegraph posted an article discussing Google and Apple’s flip-flop on Crypto. The proliferation of Decentralized Apps (“DApps”) and the lack of regulatory clarity creates a headache for tech giants. Among other experts, Braden Perry discusses security issues and regulation with (“DApps”). “Regulation is inevitable. How it will affect crypto depends on

Contractors and Subcontractors Should Update Their Standard Construction Contract Terms

Contractors and Subcontractors Should Update Their Standard Construction Contract Terms

A recent appellate decision in Kansas has given general contractors and subcontractors one more reason to contact an attorney to discuss the standard terms in their construction contracts.  In the case Drywall Systems, Inc. v. A. Arnold of Kansas City, LLC, the Kansas Court of Appeals found that the contractor was not entitled to attorneys