Join Kennyhertz Perry Attorneys Jon Dedon and Benjamin Tompkins for their presentation Medical Marijuana Law In Missouri: A Comprehensive Overview of Medical Marijuana Legal Issues.
Kennyhertz Perry’s Braden Perry was invited to speak at the Conference of Western Attorneys General 2016 Digital Currency Symposium on February 4 and 5 in Park City at the Montage Deer Valley. CWAG will have 5 AG’s along with 9 of their senior staff representing 9 states and the District of Columbia attending the symposium. Mr. Perry will speak to this distinguished group on potential users of digital currencies, distributed ledgers and the Blockchain; and security and consumer protection issues related to digital currencies. The Digital Currency Symposium fosters relationships with responsible industry players, law enforcement officials and regulators with the goal of facilitating the sharing of information which will assist policy makers in the construction of regulatory and legislative interpretations beneficial to all involved.
John Kennyhertz and Tad Layton Talk Legal Issues Surrounding Family-Owned Businesses with KU Business School Students
Kennyhertz Perry, LLC partner John Kennyhertz continued his commitment to future entrepreneurs about legal issues in owning or running a company. Recently, Kennyhertz and Kennyhertz Perry of counsel attorney Tad Layton spoke to the University of Kansas School of Business students on issues surrounding family-owned business.
Jana Fitchett, with the KU Entrepreneurship Department said:
“John Kennyhertz and Tad Layton of Kennyhertz Perry Law Firm continue to support The University of Kansas School of Business with regular semester presentations to teach future entrepreneurs the legal issues they need to consider when starting a business. Once again, last week John and Tad did an outstanding job presenting Legal Issues for Family-Owned Businesses as well as answering a barrage of great questions from KU students. They covered issues such as business entity selection, capital gains and losses, equity stock shares and family governance and estate planning. Again, a big thanks to Kennyhertz Perry for being such a great resource for The University of Kansas.”
Kennyhertz Perry Partner Braden Perry was selected as a panelist for the March 11, 2015 Webcast: CFTC’s Financial Market Reform in 2015: Boon or Bane? The panel will provide an overview and discussion of the latest changes to The Dodd-Frank Act that affect Financial Market Reform. Following the financial market crisis of 2008, Congress enacted
John Kennyhertz of Kennyhertz Perry has been invited to address this season’s FastTrac® NewVenture™ entrepreneurs. FastTrac is a program of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and brought to Kansas City by the UMKC Small Business & Technology Development Center in partnership with University of Missouri Extension.
In FastTrac NewVenture, aspiring business owners look at all aspects of their proposed companies, explore the feasibility of their business concept, and learn how to develop a viable business plan. Participants address start-up issues such as assessing the competition, legal matters, marketing and financial management aspects of business ownership. John will use his legal expertise to introduce the class to the basics of entity selection, first contract issues, and first employee considerations.
KMBZ Radio – Kennyhertz Interviews Entrepreneurs Jason Grill, Ryan Maybee, Rafi Chaudry, and Travis Moore
Once a month, John Kennyhertz co-hosts the “Entrepreneur KC Show” on KMBZ Business Channel 1660 AM. This month’s show featured Ryan Maybee, co-founder and owner of J. Rieger & Co. Whiskey, as well as the historic Rieger Hotel Restaurant and Manifesto in the Crossroads District of downtown Kansas City. The last segment features the owners and brew masters from Torn Label Brewing Company. You can download the podcast at http://media.kmbz.com/a/101139620/entrepreneur-kc-radio-1-20-15.htm.
Kennyhertz Perry in partnership with J. Grill Media and KMBZ Radio, highlights entrepreneurs, startups, innovation and technologies that are changing lives on the Silicon Prairie and the legal issues these businesses and individual face daily. Tune in Thursdays between 1 and 2 pm on the KMBZ Business Channel 1660 AM.
Braden Perry recently spoke at the Lend360 conference in New Orleans, discussing innovation and regulation in the peer-to-peer lending space. Topics included the evolving regulation and consumer protection issues facing peer-to-peer lenders. To view the Powerpoint, please visit: http://www.lend360.org/akdejbuehflridbkvx/ Kennyhertz Perry is a business and litigation law firm dedicated to serving regulated businesses and entrepreneurs. The
Given his unique experience working in-house with emerging companies, John Kennyhertz was asked to present before the FastTrac NewVenture class at the University of Missouri – Kansas City on April 22. The class comprises owners of 20 start-up companies in a variety of industries with varying degrees of business savvy and financial wherewithal. Kennyhertz provided the class
John Kennyhertz had the opportunity to discuss business entities and intellectual property with aspiring entrepreneurial students at the University of Kansas School of Business last month. Kennyhertz provided the students with thoughtful answers to questions such as, “What are the biggest legal issues small businesses face during the start-up phase?” and “Which business entity do
Kennyhertz Perry Partner, Braden Perry, to Discuss Regulation S-ID with Kansas City Compliance and Legal Professionals
Kansas City, MO (July 7, 2012) –Braden Perry is slated to speak on July 25th to the Kansas City Compliance Group where he will provide the framework for the Regulation S-ID requirements, also known as the Identity Theft Red Flag Rules.
The presentation is designed for both compliance and legal personnel, and applies to any registered broker-dealer, registered investment company, registered business development company, or registered investment adviser that is a “financial institution, and will provide an overview of the provisions of the Regulation, focusing on keys to implementation and the requirements of the Regulation S-ID program.