Is Your Business Covered by the Broad Reach of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations?

Is Your Business Covered by the Broad Reach of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations?

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 be wrong. The FMCSRs apply to all businesses with at least one “commercial motor vehicle” (“CMV”) under its operation.  Though there are multiple definitions of

Kansas City Business Journal Features Article on PPP Fraud: Authored by Braden Perry

Kansas City Business Journal Features Article on PPP Fraud: Authored by Braden Perry

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 through more than 5.2 million loans under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). The PPP was part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES)

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

Braden Perry Quoted in Beekeeper Blog’s Article On Business Crisis Management

Braden Perry Quoted in Beekeeper Blog’s Article On Business Crisis Management

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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As former in-house attorneys, our lawyers have experience working from within a company to manage the full spectrum of legal issues that commonly arise during the life of a business. We combine this background with a high standard of client service to position our firm as a strong provider of outside general counsel services.