Kennyhertz Perry Welcomes Tawni Wilhelm

Kennyhertz Perry Welcomes Tawni Wilhelm

Kennyhertz Perry is excited to welcome attorney Tawni Wilhelm to the firm. Tawni’s primary practice involves counseling clients in all areas of intellectual property with an emphasis on the procurement of domestic and foreign patent protection specifically in the areas of biotechnology, medical device technology, pharmaceuticals, bioinformatics, and computer and software arts. She has represented

Braden Perry Featured in Scotiabank Feels the Wrath of a Regulator Scorned Article

Braden Perry Featured in Scotiabank Feels the Wrath of a Regulator Scorned Article

Law360 featured Braden Perry, among other experts, in an article on Scotiabank feeling the wrath of a regulator scorned. Canada’s Bank of Nova Scotia, the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission and federal prosecutors recently reached a settlement of $127 million over an alleged eight-year precious metals spoofing scheme. The Scotiabank was lauded by the CFTC

The Philadelphia Inquirer Quoted Braden Perry in $50M Taxpayer-backed Coronavirus Loan Article

The Philadelphia Inquirer Quoted Braden Perry in $50M Taxpayer-backed Coronavirus Loan Article

Braden Perry, among other experts, was quoted in The Philadelphia Inquirer on the $50M taxpayer-backed coronavirus loan to Poconos casino. The Scranton-area bank directed by Louis A. DeNaples recently handed out the biggest loan yet for $50 million. This taxpayer-backed program was created to help mid-sized businesses during the coronavirus pandemic. Mount Airy Casino Resort

We’re Hiring! Real Estate Attorney

We’re Hiring! Real Estate Attorney

Kennyhertz Perry, LLC – Westwood Hills, KS and Kansas City, MO We are seeking an attorney to join our growing legal team.  Our highly qualified attorneys represent clients in a wide range of areas, and the candidate we are seeking will have a history of providing exceptional service to clients who is highly motivated with

Florida Governor Signs College Athlete Name, Image, and Likeness Bill

Florida Governor Signs College Athlete Name, Image, and Likeness Bill

Governor Ron DeSantis has signed Florida’s bill that allows college athletes to be compensated by third parties for the use of their names, images, and likenesses (SB 646).  The bill was approved by both the Senate and House in March.  However, because of the coronavirus pandemic, the bill was not presented to DeSantis for approval

Medical Marijuana Approved in Missouri

Medical Marijuana Approved in Missouri

On November 6, 2018, the citizens of Missouri approved Amendment 2, legalizing medical marijuana. Missourians who wish to open medical marijuana dispensary facilities, cultivation facilities, testing facilities, marijuana-infused product manufacturing facilities, or those who wish to apply for an ID card allowing medical marijuana use, may apply to begin on (or before) July 4, 2019.

FBI Cyber Division Warns Recent WannaCry Attribution Demonstrates Persistent Targeting

FBI Cyber Division Warns Recent WannaCry Attribution Demonstrates Persistent Targeting

Today, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Cyber Division released Private Industry Notification (PIN) 171228-001 regarding the public attribution of the WannaCry malware outbreak to North Korea Cyber actors and details surrounding the threat these actors pose to U.S. private industry. The alert was released as TLP: Green and the details, including useful information for potential