Kenn Webb has practiced business law and been actively involved in civic and charitable affairs in the City of Dallas for 35 years. He has represented businesses ranging from industry leaders to start-up ventures in many industries, including energy, retail, trucking, technology development, manufacturing, construction materials, and investment banking. He has assisted these clients with securities offerings, mergers and acquisitions, SEC filings, and a wide variety of commercial contracts and other corporate matters. He also advises foundations and other nonprofit entities in connection with investment transactions.
Kenn has advised entrepreneurs and early-stage companies in connection with entity formation, establishment of strategic relationships, and financings, from seed rounds to venture capital and private equity fundings. He has also represented venture-backed companies in liquidity events, including business dispositions and IPOs.
Kenn has advised public company Boards and committees on corporate governance matters, including conflict issues and directors’ fiduciary duties in connection with tender offers, sales of businesses, and related-party transactions.
Kenn was appointed by the Mayor of Dallas to serve as the first Chair of the City’s Citizen Homelessness Commission, and he served in that position from 2017 through 2019. Kenn currently serves on the Advisory Board of Hope Supply Co., a nonprofit meeting the critical needs of homeless and at-risk children in the North Texas area. His previous service to the community includes two terms as President of the Board of The Council on Alcohol & Drugs.