Federal Government Begins Going After CBD Sellers

Federal Government Begins Going After CBD Sellers

The federal government has begun filing enforcement actions against CBD companies for making health related claims. The first such suit, which seeks a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction, suit was filed against Marc Ching, who is a California CBD marketer doing business as Whole Leaf Organics. Mr. Ching previously received a warning letter from

Navigating the Immediate and Novel Legal Issues Raised by COVID-19

Navigating the Immediate and Novel Legal Issues Raised by COVID-19

For small and medium-sized businesses in the Kansas City metropolitan area, the current economic and political landscape regarding COVID-19 is presenting unique problems and extreme financial challenges.  This likely includes concerns about maintaining adequate cash flow and handling employee expectations, safety, workloads, and compensation.  Of course, the unique issues certainly do not end there during

Mit Winter Mentioned in LJWorld Article on College Athlete Compensation

Mit Winter Mentioned in LJWorld Article on College Athlete Compensation

On Wednesday, higher education leaders testified in the state of Kansas in support of a bill to allow college athletes to be paid for the use of their names, images and likenesses. Kennyhertz Perry’s sports attorney Mit Winter, who is well versed in the topic is mentioned in the Lawrence Journal World article. “Kansas is

Kansas Joins List of States with a Proposed Bill to Allow College Athletes to Be Paid for the Use of Their Names, Images, and Likenesses

Kansas Joins List of States with a Proposed Bill to Allow College Athletes to Be Paid for the Use of Their Names, Images, and Likenesses

Joining 28 other states, Kansas now has a pending bill that would allow college athletes at Kansas colleges and universities to be compensated for the use of their names, images, and likenesses (NILs) and their athletic reputation.  Similar to the other pending bills and the law passed last year in California, Kansas’ bill (Senate Bill

Jon Dedon Featured in Kansas City Star Article on Medical Marijuana in Missouri

Jon Dedon Featured in Kansas City Star Article on Medical Marijuana in Missouri

Lawmakers in Missouri are still questioning potential conflicts of interest within the medical marijuana industry.  Over 800 medical marijuana applicants were denied over the past month, and the Missouri House’s government started hosting hearings to inspect the medical marijuana program.  The primary cause for the hearings is the issue among lawmakers, and conflicts of interest

Braden Perry Gives Cybersecurity Expertise in Article

Braden Perry Gives Cybersecurity Expertise in Article

Cybersecurity is a big deal, and according to securitymagazine.com attacks are made every 36 seconds.  Hackers are most likely to target an individual person, rather than an entire organization.  A important tip to avoid a cyber attack is to use different password throughout all of your online platforms. Kennyhertz Perry partner, Braden Perry, shares his

College Athlete Name, Image, and Likeness Legislation Is Moving Swiftly Toward Passage In Numerous States

College Athlete Name, Image, and Likeness Legislation Is Moving Swiftly Toward Passage In Numerous States

States are continuing to introduce and move forward bills that would allow college athletes to profit from their names, images, and likenesses.  Bills have now been formally introduced in 27 states, with Louisiana and Connecticut joining the list yesterday. In many of the states where bills have previously been introduced, legislators are having little trouble

Braden Perry Discusses Artificial Intelligence Regulation Risks in Article

Braden Perry Discusses Artificial Intelligence Regulation Risks in Article

A number of the world’s leading democracies (U.S. excluded) would like to take a closer look at artificial intelligence (AI), and it’s affect on privacy, security, human rights, crime and finance. The U.S. has not joined this movement, for they believe this regulation could likely hurt businesses and the development of AI technologies.  However, six

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

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