Braden Perry Discusses The Consumer Data Privacy and Security Act In the Washington Examiner

Braden Perry Discusses The Consumer Data Privacy and Security Act In the Washington Examiner

The Consumer Data Privacy and Security Act is a bill by Kansas Republican Sen. Jerry Moran, one of the many privacy bills in Congress right now. If the bill is passed, it would add 440 employees to the FTC’s 1,000-plus workforce. Kennyhertz Perry partner, Braden Perry, is featured in a Washington Examiner article discussing Moran’s

Diageo Charged with Disclosure Failures by the SEC

Diageo Charged with Disclosure Failures by the SEC

Alcohol producer Diageo plc, has been charged by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for violating antifraud provisions of  Section 17(a)(2) and (3) of the Securities Act of 1933 and particular reporting provisions of the federal securities laws.  Diageo’s lack of necessary disclosure of trending shipments and sales, has lead to a misleading idea of

Unregistered Commodity Pool Operator and It’s Principal Charged with Fraud in Missouri

Unregistered Commodity Pool Operator and It’s Principal Charged with Fraud in Missouri

A civil enforcement action was filed today in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri against Joshua Christian McDonald, and his company Perfection PR Firm LLC (PPR), by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.  McDonald’s company, out of California and Tennessee, was charged for an off-exchange foreign currency trading scheme of fraud and

Florida Resident and His Company are Ordered by CFTC to Pay Over $1 Million for Fraud

Florida Resident and His Company are Ordered by CFTC to Pay Over $1 Million for Fraud

On February 13th, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) announced a filing and charges against Matthew R. White of M.W. Global Futures LLC (MWGF) for fraud.  MWGF requested and obtained money from six pool participants, and then went on to use the funds in his personal bank and trading accounts. Only a small amount of

Five Big Name Technology Firms to be Examined by FTC

Five Big Name Technology Firms to be Examined by FTC

Alphabet Inc., Amazon.com, Inc., Apple, Inc., Facebook, Inc. and Microsoft Corp. were issued Special Orders from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) demanding they make available information and documents on acquisitions unreported to antitrust agencies under the Hart-Scott-Rodino (HSR) Act.  The order requests documents discussing terms, scope, structure and reason for transactions from these big name

Husband and Wife Involved in Ponzi Scheme are Charged Almost $1 Billion by SEC

Husband and Wife Involved in Ponzi Scheme are Charged Almost $1 Billion by SEC

Jeffrey and Paulette Carpoff, out of California, were charged by the Securities and Exchange Commission(SEC) for organizing an almost billion-dollar Ponzi scheme including alternative energy tax credits.  The couple raised an estimated amount of $910 million from seventeen investors, over the years of 2011-2018 as stated by the SEC’s complaint.  Through the couple’s two solar

Finance Magnates Highlights Braden Perry in Article On Crypto’s Regulatory Clarity

Finance Magnates Highlights Braden Perry in Article On Crypto’s Regulatory Clarity

Perry, among other professionals, discusses high-profile Initial Coin Offerings “ICO” cases this year and potential effective regulatory clarity in the cryptocurrency industry in Finance Magnates article posted today. “The high-profile filings by the SEC show that they are increasing their scrutiny on the space,” said Braden Perry, Government Investigations and Corporate Governance Counselor at Kennyhertz