Braden Perry Discusses the Legality of Live Streaming in Classrooms with Parents.com

Braden Perry Discusses the Legality of Live Streaming in Classrooms with Parents.com

On Parents.com, Perry is highlighted discussing the legality of teachers using a live-stream feature in their classrooms. One particular mom discovered her child’s classroom was being live-streamed via a Facebook page, where over 100,000 followers were watching. Many teachers have been using live footage on Facebook, and other forms of social media to market and

Ben Tompkins Named Chair of KCMBA’s Tax Law Committee

Ben Tompkins Named Chair of KCMBA’s Tax Law Committee

Kennyhertz Perry attorney Ben Tompkins has been named chair of the Tax Law Committee for 2020. This committee considers the laws and procedures pertaining to federal, state and local taxation; promotes its fair and just administration; studies and reports upon proposed, necessary or desirable legislation; and promotes legal education to members of KCMBA and the

National Association of Collegiate Esports Introduces Intent to Compete Form for Collegiate Esports Athletes

National Association of Collegiate Esports Introduces Intent to Compete Form for Collegiate Esports Athletes

Collegiate esports are booming. When the National Association of Collegiate Esports (NACE), the institutional association of varsity esports programs for U.S. colleges and universities, was formed in July of 2016 only seven schools had varsity esports programs. Three and a half years later, NACE now has over 170 member schools. And those schools have awarded

DHSS Reverses Course on Releasing Denied Applicant Scoring Sheets

DHSS Reverses Course on Releasing Denied Applicant Scoring Sheets

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (“ DHSS”) appears to have reversed its position on releasing the scoring sheets of applicants who were denied cultivation licenses. Because the DHSS has broad authority to issue additional licenses to settle appeals, many denied applicants are planning on appealing their denial. Article XIV, Section 1.3(23) of

Kennyhertz Perry Recognized as a 2019 Top Legal Innovation Honoree in Missouri Lawyers Weekly

Kennyhertz Perry Recognized as a 2019 Top Legal Innovation Honoree in Missouri Lawyers Weekly

Missouri Lawyers Media honors 25 attorneys, businesses and firms within the state for their innovative work in emerging practice areas, services and business policies. Kennyhertz Perry has been recognized as one of the first to develop expertise in the up and coming practice area of Cannabis Law. “This group reflects trailblazers and early adopters who

Mit Winter Appointed as Regional Captain for Sports Lawyers Association’s Outreach Committee

Mit Winter Appointed as Regional Captain for Sports Lawyers Association’s Outreach Committee

Kennyhertz Perry attorney Mit Winter has been appointed as Regional Captain in the states of Kansas and Missouri for the Sports Lawyers Association’s (“SLA”) Outreach Committee.  As a regional captain, Mit will assist with the facilitation and organization of SLA Outreach Events that promote the SLA and its member benefits, allow for networking opportunities, and

Braden Perry Featured Discussing New Developments in DNA Storage

Braden Perry Featured Discussing New Developments in DNA Storage

TechNewsWorld sources Perry for his regulatory and compliance knowledge regarding new technology research done at a Swedish University in Zurich.  New developments show a method that embeds artificial DNA into an object. This new process is being called “DNA of Things“, or “DoT”, a storage architecture to create materials with immutable memory. “With the ability

Avoiding the Legal Pitfalls in the Lucrative World of Government Contracts and Procurements

Avoiding the Legal Pitfalls in the Lucrative World of Government Contracts and Procurements

In 2018, the United States federal government awarded private industry with nearly $550 billion in government contracts (an increase of more than $100 billion since 2015).  This elevated figure does not include the billions of dollars also awarded to private industry by state and local governments throughout the United States.  If you are a business