Ingram’s Features Article On Convertible Notes: Authored by John Kennyhertz

Ingram’s Features Article On Convertible Notes: Authored by John Kennyhertz

When assessing business financing options, there is one solution that has been growing in popularity over the last few years. John Kennyhertz, a Kansas City business attorney, addresses the benefits of convertible notes and how it works to provide funding for a business. With security and payment terms, convertible notes give investors the ability to

New Rules for the PPP Loan Program May Help Your Small Business Maximize its Loan Forgiveness

New Rules for the PPP Loan Program May Help Your Small Business Maximize its Loan Forgiveness

As many small businesses pass or approach the end of their original 8-week PPP loan forgiveness period, new legislation and SBA rules may assist some small businesses in maximizing their PPP loan forgiveness.  The following are just a few of the highlights from the new legislation and corresponding SBA rules that relate to loan forgiveness:

Braden Perry Featured as an Expert in Kansas City Business Journal Article on PPP Loan Compliance

Braden Perry Featured as an Expert in Kansas City Business Journal Article on PPP Loan Compliance

The Kansas City Business Journal highlights Braden Perry, among other experts, in an article on Paycheck Protection Programs (PPP) loans and compliance. If PPP loan recipients do not follow the compliance guidelines, they must be repaid in full in no less than two years. However, the rules of compliance are ever-changing. “Braden Perry, a partner at

Kansas City Business Journal Features Ben Tompkins and Jeff Donoho in Article on PPP Loans

Kansas City Business Journal Features Ben Tompkins and Jeff Donoho in Article on PPP Loans

PPP Loan-Should I Give It Back? By Jeff Donoho and Benjamin Tompkins – Kennyhertz Perry May 8, 2020 https://www.bizjournals.com/kansascity/news/2020/05/08/ppp-loan-should-i-give-it-back.html For small business participants in the SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), the roll out of rules and regulations may seem like a complex and never-ending maze. New updates to the SBA’s online FAQs regarding borrower “certifications”

Kansas City Business Journal Features Article by Mit Winter on Upcoming Business Reopenings

Kansas City Business Journal Features Article by Mit Winter on Upcoming Business Reopenings

Legal Guidance on Avoiding Liability for Your Business as Covid-19 Stay-At-Home-Orders are Lifted By Mit Winter  – Attorney, Kennyhertz Perry May 1, 2020 https://www.bizjournals.com/kansascity/news/2020/05/01/legal-guidance-on-avoiding-liability-for-your.html The governors of Kansas and Missouri both announced that beginning May 4, stay-at home orders will be eased and certain businesses will be able to reopen. While this is great news for businesses

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,

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