Federal Government Begins Going After CBD Sellers

Federal Government Begins Going After CBD Sellers

The federal government has begun filing enforcement actions against CBD companies for making health related claims. The first such suit, which seeks a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction, suit was filed against Marc Ching, who is a California CBD marketer doing business as Whole Leaf Organics. Mr. Ching previously received a warning letter from

Braden Perry Featured in an Article on the Effect of COVID-19 on the Cannabis Industry

Braden Perry Featured in an Article on the Effect of COVID-19 on the Cannabis Industry

Cannabis industries are less likely to benefit from the stimulus package funding from COVID-19, due to its current legal status. In an article on HortiBiz.com, Braden Perry discusses some potential options for cannabis industries to gain assistance during this pandemic. Cannabis is still considered a Schedule 1 narcotic, which is why they are deemed ineligible

Braden Perry Highlighted in Article on the Cannabis Industry’s Use of Blockchain

Braden Perry Highlighted in Article on the Cannabis Industry’s Use of Blockchain

Cannabis Dispensary Magazine’s recent article “Is the Cannabis Industry Ready for Blockchain”, features Braden Perry discussing the basics of understanding Blockchain. With the recent rise of popularity in Blockchain, you may  soon see applications in the cannabis industry. “Cannabis attorney Braden Perry, partner at Kansas City, Mo., law firm Kennyhertz Perry, helps companies implement novel

Braden Perry Interviewed on Marijuana-Related Businesses in Thrive Global

Braden Perry Interviewed on Marijuana-Related Businesses in Thrive Global

Thrive Global is a website designed to advice Marijuana-Related Businesses (“MRB’s”) on up and coming technology advances, such as Blockchain. Kennyhertz Perry partner, Braden Perry, is an expert in representing clients in MRB’s.  Perry shares his story, and his expertise in counseling MRB clients as investors, on the financial side, financial institutions and innovation in

Jon Dedon Featured in Kansas City Star Article on Medical Marijuana in Missouri

Jon Dedon Featured in Kansas City Star Article on Medical Marijuana in Missouri

Lawmakers in Missouri are still questioning potential conflicts of interest within the medical marijuana industry.  Over 800 medical marijuana applicants were denied over the past month, and the Missouri House’s government started hosting hearings to inspect the medical marijuana program.  The primary cause for the hearings is the issue among lawmakers, and conflicts of interest

Jeff Donoho Featured as a Panelist in NEJC’s Discussion on Medical Marijuana

Jeff Donoho Featured as a Panelist in NEJC’s Discussion on Medical Marijuana

The Northeast Johnson County Chamber of Commerce (NEJC) offered an educational luncheon and panel discussion on medical marijuana in the workplace. Kennyhertz Perry Attorney, Jeff Donoho, was invited to participate as one of the panelist members. “With medicinal marijuana now legal just across State Line Road, an audience member asked if Kansas law enforcement is

Braden Perry Featured in Article Discussing Compliance on Care Credit Cards for Cannabis

Braden Perry Featured in Article Discussing Compliance on Care Credit Cards for Cannabis

Arizona, California, Delaware, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts and New York has now approved and made available a credit card specifically for cannabis purchases at involved locations called a CNC Card (Columbia National Credit) . Columbia Care Inc. put in motion the card successfully in New York, and has now been launched in the other states mentioned

Missouri Medical Marijuana License Appeal-Call Us.

Missouri Medical Marijuana License Appeal-Call Us.

If you received a denial on your medical marijuana facility license application, we are here to help. Kennyhertz Perry is well-versed in the medical marijuana industry, and can successfully handle your appeal. All denials of medical marijuana facility licenses go first to the Missouri Administrative Hearing Commission, and are then subject to judicial review following

30 Marijuana Trade Groups Urge Senator Not to Cap THC Levels in Safe Banking Act

30 Marijuana Trade Groups Urge Senator Not to Cap THC Levels in Safe Banking Act

Yesterday, 30 marijuana trade groups urged Senator Mike Crapo R-Idah0 to refrain from limiting THC levels in the Secure and Fair Enforcement (“SAFE”) Banking Act (House bill HR 1595). The SAFE Banking Act would essentially provide state-legal marijuana businesses with full access to banks and other financial services, as well as allow consumers to use

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