Kennyhertz Perry Named One of the 20 Best Litigation Firms in Kansas City
For the second straight year, Kennyhertz Perry, LLC was named one of the “20 Best Litigation Firms in Kansas City” by the Expertise.com. Kennyhertz Perry is a business, regulatory, government compliance, and litigation law firm representing companies and individuals in highly-regulated industries, bringing a unique mix of top law firm expertise, practical experience, and pragmatic business solutions.
Expertise.com verifies contact and license information to assure selection candidates are actively doing business and are in good standing in their communities, and then use in-house software to grade each business across the following selection criteria:
- Reputation: A history of satisfied customers giving excellent recommendations
- Credibility: Established in their industry with licensing, accreditations, and awards
- Experience: Masters of their craft, based on years of practical experience and education
- Engagement: Approachable and responsive to clients and available for new business
- Professionalism: Dedicated to providing consistently quality work and impeccable customer service
Finally, the Expertise.com team conducts a manual review to verify the accuracy of the selections. We then write unique and detailed business descriptions for each hand-picked businesses.
“We are pleased to be named one of the best litigation firms in Kansas City for the second straight year,” said Braden Perry, Partner of Kennyhertz Perry. “Our focus has always been the client experience, and providing sophisticated legal advice in an efficient manner.”
“We take an innovative approach to providing practical and usable legal advice that has continued to further our growth,” said John Kennyhertz, co-founder of the firm.
Kennyhertz added, “Our clients appreciate our advocacy, and work directly and personally with each client. Each client knows exactly who they are working with, and we understand that our clients’ trust and confidence is the key to a successful engagement.”