Kennyhertz Perry attorney and managing partner, John Kennyhertz, recently appeared on a Table of Experts in the Kansas City Business Journal, discussing “Mergers and Acquisitions, and Setting the Stage for
On February 3rd, John Kennyhertz, Partner with Kennyhertz Perry, LLC, presented at the Kauffman Foundation as part of the FastTrac TechVenture program. The certified FastTrac curriculum and the affiliates that teach it have a proven framework to help aspiring entrepreneurs start businesses across the country. The audience was made up of UMKC professors and entrepreneurs from the greater Kansas City area. Serving as the legal expert for the UMKC Small Business and Technology Development Center, Kennyhertz addressed various legal issues faced by today’s entrepreneurs and their startups. He discussed entity selection and formation, the importance of a tailored operating agreement, Federal, state and local government regulations, employment law, business licensing, and employment law issues. Mr. Kennyhertz continues to serve as a valuable resource to the growing startup community in Kansas City through his continued involvement and work with The Kauffman Foundation, UMKC and the University of Kansas School of Business.
John Kennyhertz and Tad Layton Talk Legal Issues Surrounding Family-Owned Businesses with KU Business School Students
Kennyhertz Perry, LLC partner John Kennyhertz continued his commitment to future entrepreneurs about legal issues in owning or running a company. Recently, Kennyhertz and Kennyhertz Perry of counsel attorney Tad Layton spoke to the University of Kansas School of Business students on issues surrounding family-owned business.
Jana Fitchett, with the KU Entrepreneurship Department said:
“John Kennyhertz and Tad Layton of Kennyhertz Perry Law Firm continue to support The University of Kansas School of Business with regular semester presentations to teach future entrepreneurs the legal issues they need to consider when starting a business. Once again, last week John and Tad did an outstanding job presenting Legal Issues for Family-Owned Businesses as well as answering a barrage of great questions from KU students. They covered issues such as business entity selection, capital gains and losses, equity stock shares and family governance and estate planning. Again, a big thanks to Kennyhertz Perry for being such a great resource for The University of Kansas.”
KMBZ Radio – Kennyhertz Interviews Entrepreneurs Jason Grill, Ryan Maybee, Rafi Chaudry, and Travis Moore
Once a month, John Kennyhertz co-hosts the “Entrepreneur KC Show” on KMBZ Business Channel 1660 AM. This month’s show featured Ryan Maybee, co-founder and owner of J. Rieger & Co. Whiskey, as well as the historic Rieger Hotel Restaurant and Manifesto in the Crossroads District of downtown Kansas City. The last segment features the owners and brew masters from Torn Label Brewing Company. You can download the podcast at http://media.kmbz.com/a/101139620/entrepreneur-kc-radio-1-20-15.htm.
Kennyhertz Perry in partnership with J. Grill Media and KMBZ Radio, highlights entrepreneurs, startups, innovation and technologies that are changing lives on the Silicon Prairie and the legal issues these businesses and individual face daily. Tune in Thursdays between 1 and 2 pm on the KMBZ Business Channel 1660 AM.