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 now recognizing Missouri medical marijuana cards. Donoho said the Missouri card is only valid in Missouri and in states with similar programs, but not Kansas. “As far as Kansas goes, a medical marijuana card isn’t going to do anything, it’s still illegal,” Donoho said. “Marijuana is illegal for all purposes in Kansas — with no exceptions.”

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About Kennyhertz Perry’s Medical Marijuana Practice Group

Kennyhertz Perry advises clients on a wide range of medical marijuana compliance and regulatory matters. Kennyhertz Perry attorney Jon Dedon is a former appellate litigator at an AmLaw-100 law firm, and has litigated numerous appeals before the Missouri Administrative Hearing Commission. In addition, he has assisted numerous groups submit medical marijuana license applications in Missouri.

Kennyhertz Perry partner Braden Perry spent time as a Senior Trial Attorney with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and is an experienced regulatory litigator matters.

Kennyhertz Perry attorney Ben Tompkins is a former federal prosecutor in Los Angeles as well as a former Trial Attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice Tax Division. As such, he is well acquainted with high-stakes litigation.

Kennyhertz Perry partner John Kennyhertz is former in-house counsel at a private equity firm, and has structured transactions for very small and very large clients alike. He has substantial experience in highly-regulated industries such as online lending, and industries with rapidly-evolving regulations, such as cryptocurrency. He provides medical marijuana operational and compliance counseling, and offers advice on appropriate modifications of transaction structure and documentation.

Kennyhertz Perry attorney Arthur Chaykin is a former law school professor and head of litigation at Sprint. He is an expert on intellectual property law, and devises creative solutions to protect client’s IP in the medical marijuana industry, even when certain federal protections are unavailable.

Kennyhertz Perry attorney Jeff Donoho is an expert in small business formation and government compliance. His knowledge of the labyrinthine medical marijuana application process helps him provide detailed guidance to clients.

Kennyhertz Perry attorney Mit Winter is a former partner at an AmLaw 100 law firm. An expert litigator, his skill in anticipating issues before they become serious problems is valuable to all clients, and particularly those in the medical marijuana industry. In addition, his skill as a writer makes him a valuable asset to our application writing team.

Clients also benefit from Kennyhertz Perry’s experience in related areas of law, such as banking, securities, tax, intellectual property, employment, insurance, and its regular practice before the Missouri administrative agencies and courts. Medical marijuana clients choose Kennyhertz Perry because the firm’s lawyers tailor their advice to the unique issues presented by each matter they handle. To learn more about Kennyhertz Perry, LLC, please visit

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