Braden Perry Featured in Kansas City Business Journal Article on Financial Fraud During COVID-19

Braden Perry Featured in Kansas City Business Journal Article on Financial Fraud During COVID-19

Kansas City Business Journal interviewed Braden Perry in the article “Businesses Beware: Financial Fraud is on the Rise“, discussing an upswing in financial fraud in Kansas City while more people are working from home. People’s home internet networks are likely not as secure as their office network. Frauds are being committing through email communication, and

CARES Act Provides Additional Avenues of Relief for Debtors Contemplating Bankruptcy

CARES Act Provides Additional Avenues of Relief for Debtors Contemplating Bankruptcy

Companies and individuals in the United States are confronting unprecedented challenges triggered by COVID-19, which has shuttered businesses, disrupted travel, supply chains, and the financial markets, and threatened global economic stability.  In response to the pandemic, the United States government has responded with the most significant economic stimulus package in history called the Coronavirus Aid,

CARES Act Enforcement under the Special Inspector General for Pandemic Recovery

CARES Act Enforcement under the Special Inspector General for Pandemic Recovery

Companies and individuals in the United States are confronting unprecedented challenges triggered by COVID-19, which has shuttered businesses, disrupted travel, supply chains, and the financial markets, and threatened global economic stability.  In response to the pandemic, the United States government has responded with the most significant economic stimulus package in history called the Coronavirus Aid,

Braden Perry Interviewed on Marijuana-Related Businesses in Thrive Global

Braden Perry Interviewed on Marijuana-Related Businesses in Thrive Global

Thrive Global is a website designed to advice Marijuana-Related Businesses (“MRB’s”) on up and coming technology advances, such as Blockchain. Kennyhertz Perry partner, Braden Perry, is an expert in representing clients in MRB’s.  Perry shares his story, and his expertise in counseling MRB clients as investors, on the financial side, financial institutions and innovation in

The Coronavirus Stimulus Bill Will Provide Another Way to Obtain a Small Business Administration Loan for Economic Injuries from COVID-19

The Coronavirus Stimulus Bill Will Provide Another Way to Obtain a Small Business Administration Loan for Economic Injuries from COVID-19

The Coronavirus Stimulus Bill, which was passed by the Senate and expected to be passed by the House today and signed by President Trump into law, will provide struggling small businesses with another method for seeking loans related to economic injuries from the COVID-19 pandemic. The Coronavirus Stimulus bill allocates $349 billion to the Small

The Era of Corona Contract Law is Coming: Negotiating in the Shadow of Force Majeure, Impossibility, Impracticality.

The Era of Corona Contract Law is Coming: Negotiating in the Shadow of Force Majeure, Impossibility, Impracticality.

Executive Summary: The primary focus right now is on health and safety. But when the pandemic ends or slows there will be many commercial claims – disputes about the non-delivery of goods and services. This blog suggests that businesspersons should first consider their attitude in approaching such problems. Times like this call for a certain

Kansas City Missouri Adds Online FAQ Regarding the “Stay At Home” Order and Clarification on Essential vs. Non-Essential Businesses

Kansas City Missouri Adds Online FAQ Regarding the “Stay At Home” Order and Clarification on Essential vs. Non-Essential Businesses

Kansas City Missouri has added an online FAQ regarding its recent “Stay At Home” Order.  In addition to general details about the “Stay At Home” Order itself, many of the questions focus on whether certain types of businesses are considered essential or non-essential.  This FAQ provides additional context regarding the identification of “essential” businesses that

Florida and Colorado Pass College Athlete Name, Image, and Likeness Bills; NCAA Says its Timeline for Proposing Changes to its Bylaws is Still on Track

Florida and Colorado Pass College Athlete Name, Image, and Likeness Bills; NCAA Says its Timeline for Proposing Changes to its Bylaws is Still on Track

Although the coronavirus has forced state legislatures to focus on bigger issues, bills in Colorado and Florida that will allows college athletes in those states to profit from their names, images, and likenesses (NILs) continued to move forward. In Colorado, the governor signed that state’s NIL bill into law on March 20, 2020.  The state

Braden Perry Discusses The Consumer Data Privacy and Security Act In the Washington Examiner

Braden Perry Discusses The Consumer Data Privacy and Security Act In the Washington Examiner

The Consumer Data Privacy and Security Act is a bill by Kansas Republican Sen. Jerry Moran, one of the many privacy bills in Congress right now. If the bill is passed, it would add 440 employees to the FTC’s 1,000-plus workforce. Kennyhertz Perry partner, Braden Perry, is featured in a Washington Examiner article discussing Moran’s