Meet some of our Kansas Subleasing Lawyers
August 18, 2020
Braden Perry is a corporate governance, regulatory and government investigations attorney with Kennyhertz Perry, LLC. Mr. Perry has the unique tripartite experience of a white-collar criminal defense and government compliance, investigations, and litigation attorney at a national law firm; a senior enforcement attorney at a federal regulatory agency; and the Chief Compliance Officer/Chief Regulatory Attorney of a global financial institution. Mr. Perry has extensive experience advising clients in federal inquiries and investigations, particularly in enforcement matters involving technological issues. He couples his technical knowledge and experience defending clients in front of federal agencies with a broad-based understanding of compliance from an institutional and regulatory perspective.
August 16, 2022
Licensed to practice law in the states of Missouri and Kansas. Have been licensed to practice law for 44 years. Have been AV rated by Martindale Hubbel for almost 30 years.
November 28, 2022
Ben Prell is a “business concern” lawyer. Whether a legal issue or concern could develop into a dispute, or already has, he stands ready to advise, assist, and advocate for his clients. Over more than 20 years of practice, Ben has represented clients in all manner of business disputes. He has handled matters that include business ownership and control disputes, non-competition agreements, contract breaches, employment disputes, securities fraud, misappropriation of trade secrets, and intellectual property infringement. Ben provides advice and counsel to businesses regarding litigation and regulatory risk management, compliance with federal regulations, and contract negotiation, revisions and updates. Ben’s recent work includes the successful resolution of cases involving the defense of C-Level executives who became embroiled in larger disputes with their company’s buyers or creditors and the disputed ownership and control of multiple businesses. He has also served as counsel for court-appointed receivers, brought wrongful termination and compensation claims by executives and minority shareholders and addressed securities fraud claims, a partnership claim related to the development of a cellulosic ethanol plant, and a contract dispute involving information technology services. His efforts on behalf of his clients led to his recognition as one of Kansas and Missouri’s Rising Stars by Super Lawyers®.