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Kennyhertz Perry attorney and managing partner, John Kennyhertz, recently appeared on a Table of Experts in the Kansas City Business Journal, discussing “Mergers and Acquisitions, and Setting the Stage for Successful Business Transitions”. To read the article in it’s entirety follow the link below: https://www.bizjournals.com/kansascity/feature/table-of-experts/table-of-experts-mergers-acquisitions-setting-the.html About Kennyhertz Perry’s Mergers and Acquisitions Practice Area Every year
If you are seeking to raise investment money for your company, remember that one of the best things you can do to protect yourself is disclosing as much information about your company as possible. That way, if things fall apart and your investors threaten to sue you for securities fraud, or the government brings a
We have all heard stories about a startup that received millions of dollars from an angel investor or a VC firm and then sold their company for even more millions and lived happily ever after, right?
As business lawyers who have decades of experience counseling entrepreneurs, we are here to help you. We are here to make sure you are prepared and protected – to help you deal with the real day-to-day challenges startups face. We are also here to help you reach your goals of making millions of dollars doing what you love.
Unfortunately, so many of our startup clients come to us too late. Some of the smartest people we represent have been proactive by taking the first steps towards starting a business, but they have not been proactive in finding a lawyer to help them do it the right way. Below are three areas we focus on during an initial consultation with a startup.
Entrepreneurs: Please Hire an Attorney…Even If It’s Not Us.
When Entrepreneurs set out to build their business they frequently do so in a vacuum and with the excitement of starting something new. More often than not, they fail to consider potential legal issues they are facing now and down the road, most of which they cannot anticipate during the early stages of forming an entity.