Kennyhertz Perry’s Tompkins Presents at KCMBA’s Bench-Bar & Boardroom Conference

Kennyhertz Perry’s Tompkins Presents at KCMBA’s Bench-Bar & Boardroom Conference

Recently, Kennyhertz Perry’s Attorney Benjamin Tompkins presented at the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association’s 46th Bench-Bar & Boardroom Conference 2019 in Branson, Missouri. Tompkins was a co-presenter for a Continued Legal Education opportunity entitled “Legal Issues Unique to Medical Marijuana, CBD Oil and Cultivation of Cannabis.” Tompkins focused his presentation on tax considerations for and

We’re Hiring!!! Paralegal & Accountant

We’re Hiring!!! Paralegal & Accountant

The law firm of Kennyhertz Perry has two immediate and full-time job openings for a Litigation Paralegal and an Accountant/Controller. Please see the information below regarding job duties and requirements for these positions. Litigation Paralegal – Job Duties include, but are not limited to: • Draft correspondence and legal documents and contracts; • Manage multiple

FBI Cyber Division PIN Focuses on Insiders Inflicting Significant Losses to Businesses

FBI Cyber Division PIN Focuses on Insiders Inflicting Significant Losses to Businesses

Today, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Cyber Division released Private Industry Notification (PIN) 20190423-001 regarding continued observation of U.S. businesses’ reporting significant losses caused by cyber insider threat actors, including former or disgruntled employees exploiting their enhanced privileges—such as unfettered access to company networks and software, remote login credentials, and administrative permissions—to harm companies. Kennyhertz

KENNYHERTZ PERRY ATTORNEY JEFF DONOHO FEATURED IN KANSAS CITY STAR ARTICLE ON MEDICAL MARIJUANA

KENNYHERTZ PERRY ATTORNEY JEFF DONOHO FEATURED IN KANSAS CITY STAR ARTICLE ON MEDICAL MARIJUANA

Kennyhertz Perry Attorney Jeff Donoho was recently featured in Kansas City Star article on the booming business of Medical Marijuana in Missouri. The article noted that as the state publishes regulations, business owners will need help interpreting them, which will drive demand for lawyers. “Obviously this is one of the most highly regulated industries that

IP Branding Rights for the Cannabis Businesses Industry

IP Branding  Rights for the Cannabis Businesses Industry

The United States is a Federation, which means that our States have a certain degree of independent authority. Many states have legalized cannabis for medicinal or recreational use, but the U.S. Government’s continues to view marijuana as an illegal substance. This creates distinct and challenging problems for the cannabis industry.           One area of concern

Providing Financial Services for Missouri Marijuana-Related Businesses: Navigating the Complex Landscape

Providing Financial Services for Missouri Marijuana-Related Businesses: Navigating the Complex Landscape

Nearly two-thirds of America’s states, including Missouri, have legalized marijuana for certain uses, but the federal government still classifies marijuana as a “Schedule 1” drug, on a par with heroin. This presents an interesting problem for financial institutions: technically, financial transactions involving marijuana-related businesses (“MRBs”) would involve funds derived from illegal activity. Taking money from

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.

DHS Releases Report Addressing Security Threats in Ag Tech

DHS Releases Report Addressing Security Threats in Ag Tech

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recently released a report entitled “Threats to Precision Agriculture” regarding Ag Tech. The report addresses the security threats related to the adoption and impact of new digital technologies in crop and livestock production, highlights the potential vulnerabilities arising from using precision agriculture, identifies potential threat scenarios, and possible best