The Kansas City Business Journal quoted Braden Perry, among other experts, in an article on the phasing out rate-setting LIBOR and the impact it could have on lenders and borrowers.
Without looking it up, most people might guess that the Federal Motor Carrier Safety regulations (“FMCSRs”) apply only to companies operating 18 wheelers and large passenger buses. Those guesses would
PPP fraud in the billions: Loans over $2 million subject to scrutiny By Braden Perry – Partner and Attorney, Kennyhertz Perry https://www.bizjournals.com/kansascity/news/2020/09/28/ppp-loans-over-2-million-subject-to-scrutiny.html To date, the government has provided over $525 billion in relief
Braden Perry, among other experts, was quoted in The Legal Examiner on the current CARES Act fraud in connection to the COVID-19 crisis. Small business owners worry as Congress works
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
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
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
New SBA guidance for the PPP loan program states that all PPP loans under $2 million will be considered within the “safe harbor” regarding the certification that the loan was
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),
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
Crisis management is necessary in all aspects of business, whether it’s a global pandemic like COVID-19 or a corporate scandal. With the state of our current pandemic it’s important to have a plan in place for your business, and to expect the unexpected. Braden Perry discusses common crisis management theories in an article on Beekeeper’s blog.
“Crisis management is a general process that can take on many forms to address sudden and significant events. A good crisis management process contemplates events both internal and external to the entity. A good crisis management program will need a strategy to deal with stakeholders in varying ways, depending on the circumstances.”
To read this article in it’s entirety: https://www.beekeeper.io/blog/what-is-crisis-management/
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NPR in Kansas City features Jeff Donoho in a story about the reopening of Guitar Center Distribution Center, less than two weeks after it was ordered to shut down in