Peter Henning

Biography

Professor Peter J. Henning joined the faculty in 1994 as an associate professor and was promoted to professor of law in 2002. He graduated magna cum laude in 1985 from Georgetown University Law Center, where he served as a notes and comments editor on the Georgetown Law Journal. After graduation, he taught in the College of Business Administration at Loyola Marymount University and then clerked for Chief Judge Murray M. Schwartz of the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware. After clerking, Professor Henning was until 1991 a senior attorney in the Division of Enforcement at the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission, where he worked on cases involving insider trading, penny stock fraud, market manipulation and accounting irregularities. He then moved to the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, where he worked in the Fraud Section on the investigation and prosecution of bank fraud. During this time he also published articles in the Kansas Law Review, St. Louis University Law Journal and American Criminal Law Review.

Professor Henning teaches courses in Corporations, White Collar Crime, Professional Responsibility & the Legal Profession, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Criminal Pretrial Advocacy and Securities Litigation. He taught previously at the high school and university undergraduate levels. In 2013, he was a Fulbright Scholar teaching at the University of Zagreb in Croatia. Professor Henning has received a number of teaching awards, including the President's Award for Excellence in Teaching, whose recipients are selected from among the entire Wayne State University faculty, and the Donald H. Gordon Award for Excellence in Teaching, which is presented by the alumni of the Law School.

Professor Henning's scholarship focuses primarily on white collar crime, constitutional criminal procedure and attorney ethics. Recent articles have been published in the University of Chicago Legal Forum, Ohio State Law Journal, American Criminal Law Review and Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics. He is the co-author of three casebooks on white collar crime, criminal law and criminal pretrial advocacy, along with student texts on criminal law, criminal procedure and white collar crime. He is the author of The Prosecution and Defense of Public Corruption: The Law and Legal Strategies, published by LexisNexis, which is the leading treatise in the field. He recently joined as a co-author of Securities Crimes and is the author of three volumes of Federal Practice and Procedure: Criminal, originally written by the late Professor Charles Alan Wright. These treatises are frequently cited reference works.

Professor Henning is an elected member of the American Law Institute. He is a member of the Criminal Law and Procedure Drafting Committee for the National Conference of Bar Examiners that is responsible for drafting and reviewing questions for the multi-state bar exam. He writes a regular column, "White Collar Watch," for The New York Times DealBook and has been quoted in a number of media outlets.

Professor Henning and his wife, Karen, who is on the faculty at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law, have three daughters, Molly, Alexandra and Grace.

Degrees and Certifications

J.D., Georgetown University Law Center
M.A., Fordham University
B.A., Loyola Marymount University

 

Courses Taught

Corporations
Criminal Law
Criminal Procedure: Adjudication
Criminal Pretrial Advocacy
Professional Responsibility
Securities Litigation
White Collar Crime

Selected Publications

Be Careful What You Wish For: Thoughts on a Compliance Defense Under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, 73 Ohio St. L.J. 883 (2012).

Making Sure 'The Buck Stops Here': Barring Executives for Corporate Violations, 2012 U. Chi. Legal F. 91.

The Pitfalls of Dealing with Witnesses in Public Corruption Prosecutions, 23 Geo. J.L. Ethics 351 (2010).

Corporate Criminal Liability and the Potential for Rehabilitation, 47 Am. Crim. L. Rev. 1417 (2009).

Board Dysfunction: Dealing with the Threat of Corporate Criminal Liability, 77 U. Cin. L. Rev. 585 (2008).

White Collar Crime Sentences After Booker: Was the Sentencing of Bernie Ebbers Too Harsh?, 37 McGeorge L. Rev. 757 (2006).

Lawyers, Truth, and Honesty in Representing Clients, 20 Notre Dame J.L. Ethics & Pub. Pol'y 209 (2006).

Books

  • White Collar Crime: Law and Practice (West Academic Publishing ) 2015 fourth edition, with Paul Borman, Jerold H. Israel and Ellen S. Podgor

    The book is designed to promote student appreciation of the interaction of legal doctrines as they are applied in the white collar crime field. The material exposes students to substantive criminal law, criminal procedure, administrative procedure, corporate law, evidence, civil procedure, sentencing law, and highly specialized regulatory law. The book also allows students to appreciate the influence of administrative policies and the influence of the basic "culture" of white collar criminal practice. In addition to traditional materials in the casebook, a companion statutory and documentary supplement provides rich primary source material.

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  • The Prosecution and Defense of Public Corruption: The Law and Legal Strategies (LexisNexis) 2014

    This unique publication provides a thorough legal analysis of the disparate areas of the law that can be used to prosecute public officials at all levels of government. The authors discuss how counsel can develop appropriate legal strategies for prosecuting and defending these cases. Many essential topics are addressed with the practitioner in mind, including evidence gathering issues, privilege issues, issues at trial and sentencing issues.

     

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  • Securities Crimes (Thomson Reuters) 2013 2nd edition, with Marvin G. Pickholz and Jason R. Pickholz

    Securities Crimes (2nd ed.) incorporates the latest developments in the enforcement of federal securities laws, including insider trading, accounting fraud, and violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. It provides a wide array of strategies, tactics, and techniques for defending securities criminal cases, including prosecutions involving related statutes, such as mail and wire fraud, RICO, and obstruction of justice. The treatise is the leading work designed for practitioners by providing in-depth coverage of the process of a criminal case and related civil enforcement actions.

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  • White Collar Crime (West Academic Publishing) 2013 third edition, with Jerold H. Israel, Nancy J. King and Ellen S. Podgor

    Authored by leading academics who bring strong scholarly and practice perspectives to the subject, White Collar Crime is the first one-volume, in-depth analysis of substantive and procedural aspects of white collar crime. Offenses analyzed include conspiracy, fraud, corruption, RICO, false statements, perjury, tax, currency reporting, bankruptcy, environmental, and computer crimes.

    Procedural issues are addressed in detail, including the grand jury process, agency investigations, parallel proceedings, self-incrimination (testimony and documents), searches, and privileges. In addition to statutes and caselaw, the book covers strategy and DOJ internal guidelines and also includes sentencing of both individuals and corporations in white-collar cases. This book is an indispensable guide for students and practitioners alike.

     

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  • Criminal Law: Concepts and Practice (Carolina Press) 2013 co-authored with Ellen S. Podger, Andrew Taslitz, and Alfredo Garcia

    This book is a leader in providing materials that match the “skills and values” theme emphasized in the MacCrate and Carnegie Reports. The new third edition includes over 50 problems that allow the law professor to explore the practical impact of the theoretical concepts underlying criminal law. The new edition expands this orientation with several new problems, a new case study that examines issues from Jena Six, as well as new materials that recognize recent federal sentencing guideline changes. The book retains its international and comparative notes with the addition of a problem that considers the increased influence of international matters. In keeping with the original theme of having a casebook with recent decisions, several new cases are inserted, with a few older ones removed. The authors plan to introduce with this casebook a website that will offer podcasts, syllabi, Powerpoints, and other teaching materials. In short, a text that is compact, student-friendly, flexible, both practical and theoretical, and hi-tech ­ all in one novel package, including a teachers' manual with answers to every problem.

  • Criminal Pretrial Advocacy (West Law School) 2013 with Leonid Feller and Karen McDonald Henning

    Criminal Pretrial Advocacy fills a critical gap in the skills training for law students by providing a complete course addressing the pretrial phase of a criminal prosecution along with plea negotiation and sentencing. It contains materials to follow a case through all the important steps in a criminal prosecution from the decision to file charges to challenges to the investigative tactics and evidence to plea bargaining. The casebook covers the pretrial process in a criminal case by incorporating both a discussion of the rules and procedures in each phase along with the basic legal doctrines related to criminal prosecutions. This gives students the substantive foundation to proceed through the course by providing a foundation for understanding how the process unfolds. It is designed to give students the opportunity to engage in both legal writing exercises and court appearances.

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  • View Table of Contents and Introductory Material Mastering Criminal Procedure, Volume 2 The Adjudicatory Stage (Carolina Academic Press) 2012

    Mastering Criminal Procedure, Volume 2: The Adjudicatory Stage focuses on the process of a criminal case from the filing of charges against a defendant through the pre-trial and trial stages of the prosecution, and then post-conviction proceedings. This concise guide treats the leading Supreme Court decisions along with a range of statutes and rules that govern the process by which a criminal charge is adjudicated. A number of constitutional protections apply in a prosecution, including the right to a jury trial, confrontation of witnesses, the prohibition on excessive bail, and protection from double jeopardy. A number of procedural rules come into play, including discovery rights, jurisdiction and venue, and post-conviction proceedings, including habeas corpus.

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  • Global Issues in Criminal Procedure (West Academic Publishing) 2011 with Linda Carter and Christopher Blakesley

    Global Issues in Criminal Procedure provides an overview of constitutional issues that arise when searches, seizures and interrogations occur outside the United States. As crimes increasingly cross international borders, investigations also cross national boundaries. The materials in this book examine prosecutions in U.S. courts that involve evidence obtained abroad. There are two main parts to the book: 1) Searches and Seizures Abroad and 2) Interrogations Abroad. The first part examines the reach of the Fourth Amendment when the searches and seizures involve U.S. citizens abroad compared with non-U.S. citizens. Cases such as Verdugo-Urquidez and Alvarez-Machain are included, along with more recent cases that stem from recent terrorism prosecutions. Since the September 11 attacks, electronic surveillance has also become more important in conducting investigations and raises new challenges. A section on electronic surveillance contains materials on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act with its amendments from the USA Patriot Act and more recent amendments. The second part of the book looks at the reach of the Fifth Amendment and Due Process Clause abroad, both the ban on involuntary statements and the protections of Miranda. This section further includes materials on torture and extraordinary renditions. There is also a short discussion of indefinite detention in places like Guantnamo Bay, Cuba, Afghanistan, and in other sites. The book is designed to be used in conjunction with a basic Criminal Procedure textbook that covers the traditional Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Amendment cases. The materials provide an opportunity to extend the study of these Amendments into the international implications and issues that face many criminal law practitioners and judges in cases today in U.S. courts.

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  • The Prosecution and Defense of Public Corruption: The Law and Legal Strategies (Oxford)

    The Prosecution and Defense of Public Corruption: The Law and Legal Strategies is the only comprehensive analysis of public corruption prosecutions available today. It furnishes a detailed analysis of the federal statutes and leading cases related to the investigation and prosecution of public officials at the federal, state and local level, covering all facets of public conduct.

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  • Mastering Criminal Procedure, Volume 1 (Carolina Academic Press) 2010 coauthored with Professor Andrew Taslitz (Howard), Dean Margaret Paris (Oregon), Professor Cynthia Jones (American) and Professor Ellen Podgor (Stetson).

    From Carolina Academic Press:

    Mastering Criminal Procedure provides a concise treatment of the relevant federal constitutional doctrines that guide and constrain interactions between the police and individuals in the investigation of criminal conduct. The book provides an overview of the criminal process and the constitutional sources of the criminal procedure rules, including different approaches to constitutional interpretation.

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  • Mastering Criminal Law (Carolina Press) 2008 co-authored w/Ellen S. Podger & Neil P. Cohen

    This book provides a clear and concise consideration of the fundamental structure of a crime, including statutory interpretation and sentencing. It has chapters on the typical crimes covered in most criminal law casebooks, namely homicide, rape, assault and battery, and theft. It extends the study to newer forms of crimes, such as criminal enterprises, and includes chapters on accomplice liability, solicitation, attempt and conspiracy. The book covers the traditional defenses seen in criminal law courses and also examines the concept of what is a defense. Cultural defenses and the right to present a defense are included. Many factual examples come from real-world cases. The learning tools used throughout the book provide an overview of the subject, reinforcement of basic principles, and a better understanding of criminal law principles.

  • Global Issues in Criminal Law (West Group) 2007 co-authored w/Linda Carter and Christorpher L. Blakesley

    This book provides an introduction to issues arising in international and transnational crimes, giving students a broader perspective on a developing area of the law. The book also provides faculty and students with material from domestic and international sources. It builds on a number of subjects treated in the traditional criminal law class, such as mens rea, actus reus, accomplice and conspiratorial liability, and defenses, by analyzing three subjects of current interest: transnational crimes, terrorism, and genocide.

  • White Collar Crime: Law and Practice (West Group, 2d Edition (American Casebook Series)) July 2003 co-authored with Jerold H. Israel, Ellen S. Podgor, and Paul D. Borman

    This book exposes students to how legal transactions involved in a single white collar crime case can require consideration of substantive criminal law, criminal procedure, administrative procedure, corporate law, evidence, civil procedure, sentencing law, and highly specialized regulatory law. It provides a unique combination of traditional materials (cases and statutes) and not-so-traditional materials (e.g., newspaper articles, forms, and practice manuals). Coverage includes traditional mail fraud, RICO (Racketeer Influenced Corrupt Organizations), and computer fraud legislation.

Accomplishments

  • Peter Henning

    led a panel discussion on Professional Responsibility Challenges Facing Lawyers Today at the State Bar of Michigan Insurance & Indemnity Law Section Annual Holiday Reception & Educational Program.

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    presented "Trial Strategies and Common Defenses in Corruption Cases: A Discussion" at a National Attorneys General Training & Research Institute conference in Colorado.

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    was on a panel at the spring meeting of the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association, held in San Francisco. The topic was "Obtaining and Negotiating Corporate Deferred and Non-Prosecution Agreements."

In the news

  • Peter Henning

    was quoted in a report for The Detroit News, "Ex-UAW VP resigns from GM board."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted in a report for The Detroit News, "Division marked early days of Larry Nassar probe."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted in a report for The Detroit News, "Six Detroit cops charged in extortion scheme."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted in a report for The New Republic, "FIFA’s Dirty Wars."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted in a report for MLive, “Defense lawyer accuses district judge of unfairly aiding prosecution.”

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote “Taxpayers are subsidizing hush money for sexual harassment and assault,” for The Conversation.

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  • Peter Henning

    was interviewed by Fox 2 Detroit on Chuck Rizzo and the ongoing Macomb County corruption case. 

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  • Peter Henning

     was quoted by The Detroit News for its report “Attorney says state withholding info in ATV death suit.”

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted in a report for The Detroit News, “Ex-MSU, gymnastics doctor Nassar weighs plea deal.”

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted in a report for The Detroit News regarding involuntary manslaughter charges filed against Michigan Chief Medical Executive Dr. Eden Wells.

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  • Peter Henning

    commented on the charges against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his former business partner Rick Gates, in a CNBC report.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Flood slaps Wells with involuntary manslaughter charge."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Guardian for its report, "How the firm behind the Fearless Girl statue quietly opposed gender equality."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Guardian for its report, "Starbucks investors press coffee chain for change on unequal family leave."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "FCA-UAW scandal figure unloaded Ferrari amid FBI probe."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by WXYZ 7 Action News for its report, "Former Dearborn city clerk still gets pension, despite being caught stealing."

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law" for its report, "SEC Hack Shows Weakness in Edgar."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Nick Lyon faces manslaughter trial for Flint."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Hack Will Lead to Little, if Any, Punishment for Equifax," for his latest White Collar Watch column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Michigan Radio for its report, "Detroit-area doctor charged in female genital cutting case to be released on $4.5 million bond."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Bloomberg Markets for its report, "HSBC Jury to Weigh If Forex Trader Was Front-Running Order."

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on the LA Daily Journal's Weekly Appellate Report Podcast discussing insider trading.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Whether Corporate Spying or Just a Spoof, Imitation Is a Dangerous Game," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Why the Supreme Court May Review the S.E.C.’s In-House Judges," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg Law" discussing, "U.S. Authorities Probe Sinopec Over Nigeria Payments."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by the Newburgh Gazette for its report, "VW engineer receives 40-month prison term, $200K fine for diesel scandal."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Green Car Reports for its report, "VW engineer gets 40 months in jail, $200K fine, for diesel cheating role."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "In a Boon to Prosecutors, Insider Trading Ruling Is Reshaped," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Fortune for its report, "Ex-Trader Ordered to Begin 2-Year Prison Sentence for Lying to Customers."

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on WJR Radio with Frank Beckmann to discuss, "Kwame Kilpatrick saying he was left with no representation for critical portions of his trial."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Insider Trading Case to Be a Test of the Role of Friendship," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Xinhua for its report, "U.S. probes auto union leaders over corruption."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Feds probe UAW spending on purses, shotgun."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by the Detroit Free Press for its report, "Kwame Kilpatrick blasts his ex-attorney in latest strategy to be freed."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Wells Fargo Shows Erosion of Corporate Accountability Under Trump," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Feds prepared to seize FCA scandal figures’ homes."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, “Former FCA analyst pleads guilty in UAW probe."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, “A Lie Might Not Always Be a Crime,” for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was interviewed by Fox 2 Detroit for its report, “Feds explain compensation denials for Fata victims.”

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on Bloomberg to discuss, “Martin Shkreli Struts to Prison.”

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News and Deadline Detroit for reports about former Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick coming back to the city for a hearing.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Automotive News for its report, "FCA-UAW scandal: More to come."

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  • Peter Henning

    was interviewed by WXYZ Detroit for its report, "Livingston Co. Prosecutor speaks on Judge, Detective under investigation."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Daily Caller for its report, "Union Officials Allegedly Funneled More Than A $1 Million To Their Own Pockets."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Libor and London Whale Cases Show Hurdles With Foreign Defendants," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Digital Privacy to Come Under Supreme Court's Scrutiny," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on WJR with Paul W. Smith about former Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick's most recent bid for freedom from prison.

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  • Peter Henning

    was cited by Deadline Detroit for its report, "Like an Energizer Inmate, Kilpatrick Just Keeps Going; Asks Judge to Toss Conviction."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Kilpatrick tries again to overturn conviction."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "What Constitutes Obstruction? A Tax Case May Narrow the Definition," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on Michigan Radio's Morning Edition to discuss, "The legal context for groundbreaking female genital mutilation case."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by the Associated Press for its report, "In defense, Trump seeks to redefine meaning of obstruction."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Mishandle a Fraud Search, and All That Fine Evidence Could Be for Nothing," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on a Marketplace podcast discussing the departure of Uber CEO Travis Kalanick.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Detroit Metro Times for its report, "Stiff charges brought in Flint water case, but will justice be served?"

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Billions' Worth of Baubles Could Wind Up in U.S. Hands in 1MDB Case," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Young: Special prosecutor for Duggan demolition program."

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on Flashpoint to discuss the charges handed down in connection with the Flint water crisis and the upcoming mayoral race in Detroit.

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  • Peter Henning

    was cited by the Detroit Free Press for its report, "Flint water probe charges reach highest levels."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Bloomberg for its report, "One Nomura Trader Convicted, One Cleared at Bond Fraud Trial."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Bloomberg for its report, "When Can Traders Lie? Nomura Case's Mixed Verdict: QuickTake Q&A."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by the Associated Press for its report, "Official hopes charges in Flint water case help return trust." It ran in the Miami Herald and The Globe and Mail and on WRAL.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Health chief, 4 others get Flint manslaughter charges."

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on MPR News to answer listener questions on money and ethics in Washington.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Grand jury focusing on Detroit's demolition program."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Supreme Court Casts Doubts on a Potent S.E.C. Weapon," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on WJR with Paul W. Smith to discuss, "How did James Comey do at yesterday's hearing in Washington, D.C.?"

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law" discussing, "Supreme Court Strips SEC of ‘Disgorement' Powers."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Challenges to Insider Trading Convictions Take Aim at Evidence" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Macomb Daily News for its report, "Law professor: Feds steam rolling in Rizzo case."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by the Detroit Free Press for its report, "Ex-FBI chief: Chuck Rizzo doomed for turning on the feds."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Recorder for its report, "So You Want to Be Uber's GC? Ask Yourself These 5 Questions."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Rizzo star witness sours on feds, gets indicted."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "When ‘Political Intelligence' Meets Insider Trading," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Fifth Amendment Makes it Hard to Build a Case Against Flynn," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Lawyers Are the Big Winners in the Inquiry Into the Election," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Feds ‘concerned' about Napoleon memo on immigrants."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The New York Times for its report, "At Fox News, Another Prominent Host Is Fired, and Another Week of Tough Headlines."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Why Obstruction of Justice Is a Hard Crime to Prove," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Punditfact for its report, "Rush Limbaugh says like Donald Trump, Barack Obama also meddled in an FBI investigation."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Why People Persist in Risky Trading," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Prosecutors Explore Options With Uber," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was on Michigan Radio discussing, "Secrecy surrounding female genital mutilation hinders prosecution."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Case of Ex-Jefferies Trader Looms Over Trial of 3 From Nomura," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by the Detroit Free Press for its report, "Feds may seize Rizzo $2.5M mansion in public official bribery scandal."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Feds have secret recording of Johnson, 'ghost employee.'

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Bloomberg Politics for its report, "Giuliani's Talk With Erdogan Adds Mystery to U.S. Sanctions Case."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "A Whack at Dodd-Frank Could Hamstring the S.E.C.," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Detroit can't charge bystanders who don't call the cops."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Oak Park man, 19, charged in shooting of 2 cops."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "When Money Gets in the Way of Corporate Ethics," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Yahoo! Finance for its report, "Why Mark Cuban is throwing his weight behind an arcane Supreme Court case."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Sen. Bert Johnson indicted by federal grand jury."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "A Dubious Key Witness Didn't Sink This Insider Trading Case," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was interviewed by WXYZ Detroit for its report, "State Supreme Court considers limits on judicial misconduct probes."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Dallas Morning News for its report, "Jury convicts gambler tied to both Dean Foods ex-boss and PGA Tour's Phil Mickelson."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by the Associated Press for its report, "Richmond Fed Head Resigns, Admits Improper Discussions." It was published in the Houston Chronicle, Pittsburgh Tribune and Newser.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by the Associated Press for its report on Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump's possible conflicts of interest in their roles as advisers to President Trump. The story appeared in a number of national and international publications including the Houston Chronicle, SFGate and Newser.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "When Conspiracy and Forfeiture Law Intersect," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Source: Johnson probe involves EAA scandal target."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Sources: FBI, State Police probe Johnson on payroll."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by WABE 90.1, Atlanta's National Public Radio station, for its report, "Who Oversees The President's Ethics? Here's Our List."

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  • Peter Henning

    was cited by Fox 2 News Detroit for its report, "Grand jury investigates if Sen. Bert Johnson is using 'ghost employees.'"

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "What the Future of S.E.C. Enforcement Holds Under Jay Clayton," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on WJR radio's Paul W. Smith Show, with substitute host Guy Gordon. They discussed Judge Neil Gorsuch's Supreme Court confirmation hearing.

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  • Peter Henning

    spoke with WWJ's Greg Bowman about the confirmation hearing for U.S. Supreme Court appointee Neil Gorsuch.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "There Are No Perry Mason Moments in Insider Trading Cases" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was interviewed by 7 ABC for its report, "Former Highland Park Emergency Financial Manager caught misusing funds being paid again."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Bharara's Firing Echoes Furor Over Past Prosecutors' Dismissals," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Bloomberg for its report, "Mystery at Gambler's Trial: Will Phil Mickelson Take the Stand?"

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Courts Will Define Boundaries of Friendship in Insider Trading," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Christian Science Monitor for its report, "Uber's secret 'Greyball' program: a problem with the ride-hailer or with regulators?"

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The New York Times for its report, "How Uber Deceives the Authorities Worldwide."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "In Case of Shkreli and Lawyer, Finger-Pointing Comes First," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "‘Bad Girls' fugitive arrested after 11-year chase."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Signs of a Step Back in Financial Regulatory Enforcement," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Crain's Detroit Business for its report, "McLaren Flint Hospital at odds with state, Fieger on water crisis."

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  • Peter Henning

    was interviewed by Fox 2 News for its report, "Wayne County assistant prosecutors write letters of support for convicted cop."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by the Detroit Free Press for its report, "4 Wayne Co. prosecutors in trouble for backing crooked Detroit cop."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Throwing away a legal career for $310,000," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Fox 47 (Lansing) for its report, "Kilpatrick wants $1.6 million restitution lowered or thrown out."

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  • Peter Henning

    was interviewed by WXYZ 7 ABC Detroit for its report, "Allegations of judge's affair could lead to murder case being overturned."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Gorsuch Nomination Puts Spotlight on Agency Powers," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by WHMI FM for its report, "Legal Expert: Affair Could Have "Disastrous Result" On Kowalski Murder Conviction." 

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "A Former Goldman Employee's Long, Strange Legal Odyssey," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on Michigan Radio's Stateside program to discuss, "What happens to ongoing federal investigations, lawsuits during change in administrations?"

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "When Making a Fraud Claim, Choose Your Filing Date Wisely," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was featured at Law.com for its report, "VW, Takata Cases Show Attitude Matters in Justice Dept. Treatment of Corporate Wrongdoing."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "U.S. Crackdown on Corporate Wrongdoers May Be Undone by National Borders," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law" to discuss, "Currency Manipulators Charged."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Voice for its report, "New Haven official, ex-official charged in federal corruption probe."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Guardian for its report, "Will Trump's business plans avoid presidential conflicts of interest?"

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Consumer Reports for its report, "Volkswagen to Pay $4.3 Billion in Criminal and Civil Penalties."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by the Courier-Post for its report, "SEC levies $400,000 fine for Christie administration misuse of PA funds."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "2nd VW employee arrested over emissions scheme."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Under New Chairman, S.E.C. Enforcer Role Might Shrink" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrotef "S.E.C.'s In-House Judges Face Supreme Court Scrutiny," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "After Uncertain Year, New Administration Portends Shift in Wall Street Scrutiny," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by the Detroit Free Press for its report, "Dearborn cops cleared in 2 fatal shootings of Detroiters."

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on Michigan Radio to discuss, "New round of Flint indictments could test Michigan's emergency manager law."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "With Cabinet Nominees, a Challenge to See Which Master Is Served," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Guardian for its report, "Donald Trump faces Senate backlash over ‘cabinet of billionaires.'"

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "RICO Charge in Pharmaceutical Case May Signal Tougher Tactics," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by MLive for its report, "Expert: Prosecutors may have trouble proving murder of missing 3-year-old."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by MLive for its report, "The 'highly uncommon' sexual assault case of Mateen Cleaves."

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law" discussing, "Supreme Court Upholds Insider Trading Conviction."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Bloomberg Law Big Law Business for its report, "Insiders ‘Back On The Hook' After Top Court's Trading Ruling."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Financial Advisor Magazine for its report, "Insiders 'Back On The Hook' After Supreme Court Trading Decision."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "As Fintech Comes of Age, Government Seeks an Oversight Role," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on Bloomberg Big Law Business discussing, "Preet Bharara staying on as U.S. attorney."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Congress May Hold Key to Handling Trump's Conflicts of Interest," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on The Rachel Maddow Show on MSNBC to discuss "Trump stock stake in DAPL pipeline could guide decisions."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Kickback Case Questions Whether Valeant Was Victim or Participant," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Anxiety grows over U.S. Attorney's likely departure."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Martin Shkreli May Point the Finger at His Lawyers," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Macomb Daily for its report, "Dean Reynolds formally charged with eight counts of bribery."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "How Trump's presidency will change the Justice Dept. and the S.E.C.," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Determining a punishment that fits the crime," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Dems accuse Mich. GOP of voter intimidation."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Elusive court files block possible freedom for inmate."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Oakland Press for its report, "Law professor: Feds have Macomb County 'in cross hairs.'"

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  • Peter Henning

    spoke with Paul W. Smith on WJR about Kwame Kilpatrick's prospects for President Obama pardon.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Clinton has few ways to fight misconduct during investigation," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by the Chicago Tribune for its report, "Walters seeks leak probe to get prosecutors to show cards."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by the Las Vegas Review-Journal for its report, "Bill Walters wants leak inquiry to gain information from prosecutors."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Fighting insider trading charges, son seeks immunity for father," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by the Detroit Free Press for its report, "Schuette seeks to yank crooked DPS principals' pensions."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Health chief's subpoena shows criminal charge for Flint."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Agency: Detroit demolition probe not over."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "The shadowy line between friendly sales pitch and deception," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by USA Today for its report, "Use of informants in Muslim enclaves sparks concern."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Flint resident seeks grand jury probe of Gov. Snyder."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Deutsche Bank and Walmart face same gambit in criminal cases," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "The Supreme Court plays Goldilocks on Insider Trading," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Automotive News for its report, "Crooked execs could face jail time."

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on Bloomberg Law discussing "trader spoofing."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Vice News for its report, "The most important Supreme Court cases that could come down to 4-4 ties this term."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Och-Ziff May Face Consequences Beyond Fine in Bribery Case" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on Bloomberg Law discussing "Glass-Steagall Back in Washington."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "S.E.C. Takes Different Strategy in Insider Trading Case" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was interviewed by WXYZ - TV for its report, "IRS wants financial documents from former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, wife Carlita."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "FBI probes Md. terror link in Detroit case."

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on Bloomberg Law discussing, "Stumpf Faces Relentless Senate Questions."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Wells Fargo Settlement Raises Questions on Disclosure" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Polishing Financial Results Looks Good, but Can Lead to Fraud" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Bloomberg for its report, "Ex-AIG chairman looks for vindication in New York fight."

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on Michigan Radio's Stateside to discuss, "As criminal process unfolds, what's next for eight state employees charged in Flint water crisis?"

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "DPS officials to learn fates in kickback scheme."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Whistle-Blowing Insiders: ‘Game Changer' for the S.E.C." for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on Bloomberg Law to discuss, "NYC cabbie brings 4th amendment suit."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Prosecution of Financial Crisis Fraud Ends With a Whimper" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "An insider trading case that pits father against son" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted in an Associated Press report, "Flint water case could hinge on misconduct charges." It appeared in The Detroit News.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Blurred lines in pursuing insider trading cases" for White Collar Watch, his column in The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on Bloomberg BNA to discuss "Court Allows SEC To Keep Judges."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Goldman Sachs's Fight to Avoid Paying Employees' Legal Fees" for White Collar Watch, his column in The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "DPS moves to tighten fiscal oversight."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Supreme Court could redefine insider trading law" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Guardian US for its report, "Flint water crisis: charges against low-level state workers draw scrutiny." 

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by VICE News for its report, "Six state employees charged in alleged Flint lead-water coverup."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by USA Today and the Detroit Free Press for reports about Fiat Chrysler revising new car sales figures.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Time Magazine for its report, "This Guy Drove 10,000 Cans to Michigan (Like in Seinfeld) and Got Busted."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Motor Trend and Automotive News for reports that Fiat Chrysler was aware of inflated sales.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Finding the fraud in the HSBC currency trading case" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Guardian for its report, "Man faces prison after allegedly trying to deposit 10,000 bottles in Michigan."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Microsoft case shows the limits of a data privacy law" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Washington Post for its report, "In New Orleans, scandal tarnishes a jazz star and the libraries he was asked to help."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Bloomberg for its report, "First trader convicted of spoofing gets 3-year prison term."

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on Interlochen Public Radio for its report, "Why were no perjury charges brought against Detroit police official in Sanford case?"

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on Michigan Radio to discuss "Legal complexities in civil suit could delay damages for Flint."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "USA Basketball reviewing Draymond Green's arrest."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Hurdles loom as Schuette seeks big Flint settlement."

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  • Peter Henning

    was interviewed by Fox 2 News in Detroit for its report, "FBI not pursuing charges on Hillary Clinton, local experts weigh in."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "S.E.C. Victories Delay Challenge on In-House Judges" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Reuters for its report, "Tesla told regulators about autopilot crash nine days after accident." This story ran in media outlets including The New York Times and KICD news radio in Iowa.

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  • Peter Henning

    spoke with Michigan Radio for its report, "AG's Flint investigation raises questions about taxpayer-funded legal bills."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "RJR Nabisco Ruling Bolsters Justice Dept's Pursuit of FIFA" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by the Detroit News for its report, "Supreme Court rejects Kwame Kilpatrick's new trial bid."

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  • Peter Henning

    was cited in The Wall Street Journal's blog post, "Supreme Court RICO Ruling Bolsters Criminal Case Against FIFA."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Detroit Metro Times for its report, "How will the Flint crisis end for Snyder?"

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  • Peter Henning

    was featured in the Macomb County Legal News for its report, "Wealth wisdom: Wayne Law professor offers a 'White Collar Watch.'"

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Message to Workers Under Scrutiny: Cooperate or Get Fired" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report about the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office delay in releasing critical information to Davontae Sanford's defense team.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "When Lawyers Testify Against a Client" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

     

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted at NorthJersey.com for its report, "Road-repair probe yields little; charges unlikely over Port Authority's use of $1.8B."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Recorder for its report, "FedEx Agrees to Breyer Bench Trial in Online Pharmacy Case."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Libor-Rigging at Deutsche Bank May Be Harder To Prove" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "'Hustle' Mortgage Fraud Case Falls Into Crevice of the Law" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted in The New York Times for its report, "How four words rewrote Bayer-Monsanto deal script."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Schuette demands Snyder halt Flint water probes."

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  • Peter Henning

    spoke with Michigan Radio for its report, "Gov. Snyder asked to end internal investigation into Flint water crisis."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Business Insider for its report, "One of TransferWire's US banking partners had 'unsafe and unsound banking practices'."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Handicapping Insider Trading Case Against a Gambler," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was featured in the Detroit Legal News for its report, "Peter Henning to teach in Taiwan as Fulbright Specialist."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "The Fight Over Privacy and Secrecy in Government Investigations" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Pensions still available for those in DPS scheme."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Treasury Dept.'s Never-Ending Fight to Combat Tax Cheats" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Crain's Detroit Business for its report, "Drug accusations jeopardize future of legendary Detroit recording studio."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by the Detroit Free Press for its report, "Corruption schemes ran deep at DPS."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Fizzled Goldman Sachs Cases Put S.E.C. in Harsh Light" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted in The Recorder for its report, "FedEx, PG&E Trials to Test Theory of Corporate Culpability."

     

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted in The Detroit News for its report, "Warren physician delays start of prison term for fraud."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by the Chicago Tribune for its report, "Some Detroit principals accused of bleeding struggling public schools had their own financial woes." This Associated Press report also ran in The Columbus Dispatch and Macomb Daily News.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Mercury News (San Jose, Calif.) for its report, "Some prosecution witnesses get immunity in PG&E San Bruno blast."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted in the Detroit Free Press for its report, "9 principals cut deals in DPS corruption case."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Volkswagen's Legal Endgame in Emissions Scandal" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Reuters for its report, "Official misconduct over Flint water crisis may be hard to prove: lawyers." This story ran at Yahoo Finance Canada and in The Japan Times.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Expert: Charges are to show trio knew conduct was wrong."

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  • Peter Henning

    co-wrote "Theranos Under Pressure as Inquiries Mount," with Steven Davidoff Solomon for White Collar Watch in The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by ANZ BlueNotes for its report, "The real long-term cost of bribery."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "When Lies Are Allowed in a Business Deal" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Attorney: Feds used women to entice alleged ISIS backer."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted in an Associated Press report that ran in The New York Times and U.S. News & World Report. The article discusses the appearance of bias in President Obama's comments about Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server while she was Secretary of State.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Panama Papers Show How Lawyers Can Turn a Blind Eye" in White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Guardian for its report, "Leading businesses take stand against states' new anti-LGBT laws."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "The Rocky Road of Insider Trading Law," for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k. 

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "A Supreme Court Decision on Freezing Assets Bolsters the Right to Hire a Lawyer," for White Collar Watch, his column in The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted in a blog titled, "A Day of Reckoning for Governor Snyder? Let's Raise a Glass of Clean Water to That" at Huffington Post.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "As Valeant Struggles, Its Tally Sheet of Scandals Grows" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted in a Reuters report titled "Honda and Takata's stealth airbag fix." It was published in The New York Times, Daily Mail (UK) and Business Insider.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The National Law Journal for its report, "Who Will Pay for the Flint Fiasco?"

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on WDET's program Detroit Today with host Stephen Henderson. He spoke about the Flint water crisis and what will come next, after the Congressional hearings.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Apple May Be Willing to Risk Contempt Charge" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Deutsche Welle for its report, "The end of VW in the U.S.?"

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Automotive News for its report, "VW employee terminated for refusing to delete data, violating 'hold,' suit says."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Examiner.com for its report, "VW employee says refusal to delete Dieselgate data cost him job."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Bloomberg BNA for its report, "Lawyers: Flint Criminal Probe Likely Excludes Water Charges."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Holding Prosecutors Responsible in an Insider Trading Investigation" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by CNN for its report, "Flint water crisis lawsuits: 5 things to know."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Wall Street Journal for its report, "Michigan Governor Rick Snyder Faces Challenge Over Use of State Funds for Legal Defense in Flint Crisis."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Examiner.com for its report, "Prosecutors use financial recovery act to broaden Dieselgate probe."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Automotive News for its report, "U.S. issues subpoena to VW as emissions probe expands, report says."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit News for its report, "Jihadist or FBI victim? Dearborn case stirs debate."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Wall Street Journal for its report, "Flint Families Sue Michigan Governor, Other Officials Over Tainted Water."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Britain Gets Tougher on Corporate Rule Breakers" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k. 

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  • Peter Henning

    was a guest on the award-winning podcast, "Lawyer 2 Lawyer." He discussed the Flint water crisis.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Deepwater Horizon and Dewey & Leboeuf Cases Share Challenges" for White Collar Watch, his column for the New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by the Marin Independent Journal (San Raphael, Calif.) for its report, "San Bruno: PG&E and federal prosecutors dig in ahead of criminal trial."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote, "Apple showdown heightens challenge of encrypted data" in White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    appeared on Bloomberg Radio's program, "Bloomberg Law." He discussed the first case to come before the Supreme Court since the death of Antonin Scalia.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by USA Today and The Detroit Free Press for report, "Flint lawsuits could cost Michigan taxpayers millions."

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  • Peter Henning

    was interviewed on Michigan Radio for its report, "Can 'stupidity' in Flint water crisis lead to criminal charges?"

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  • Peter Henning

    was cited by The Detroit Free Press for its report, "Flint water: KWA chief helped FBI in corruption case."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "HSBC case tests transparency of deferred prosecution agreements" in White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted in The New York Times, The Globe and Mail (Canada) and Inforum (Fargo, ND) about the FBI's investigation into Flint's lead contaminated water.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Assessment of Flint water crisis may hinge on stupidity vs. criminality" in White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was interviewed by Bloomberg Law about an insider trading case involving a hedge fund named Level Global.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Why Martin Shkreli will talk on social media but not to Congress" in White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by the Macomb County Legal News for its report, "Experts: Used wrongly, social media can sting."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted in The Detroit News for its report, "At federal court in Michigan, most go free until trial."

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  • Peter Henning

    was cited by The Detroit Free Press in its report, "Snyder declares emergency as feds prove Flint water."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "What the end of the case against Steven Cohen means" in White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The Detroit Free Press for its report, "Snyder declares emergency as feds probe Flint water." 

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  • Peter Henning

    was cited by the Atlanta Blackstar for its report, "Michigan governor declares state of emergency in Flint as DOJ launches investigation into contaminated water."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by WZZM 13 ABC for its report, "Feds probing Flint water; Snyder declares emergency."

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  • Peter Henning

    was interviewed and quoted by The Associated Press for a report, which has appeared on Fox News and in The Houston Chronicle, The San Francisco Chronicle and The Register-Guard of Eugene, Ore. The report is about a group of armed people occupying federal land in Oregon. 

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "In Cohen and I.B.M. insider trading cases, challenges for the S.E.C." in White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Shkreli, Volkswagen and stars in white-collar crime" in White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The National Law Journal for its report, "Feds snag significant tort wins." 

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "In Shkreli Case, a Company Lawyer May Have Crossed the Line" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k. 

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  • Peter Henning

    was cited by The Union Oracle in its report, "No Supreme Court appeal for Detroit contractor Ferguson."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Assessing how important a statement is for securities fraud" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k. 

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  • Peter Henning

    was cited by WXYZ Detroit for its report, "U.S. Supreme Court refuses to hear Bobby Ferguson's appeal."

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by Crain's Detroit Business for its report, "Ex-Mumford principal, 2 others indicted in Detroit reform school district corruption case."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Spoofing case shows fine line between fair and fraud" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times Dealb%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    is quoted in The Detroit Free Press report, "Woman who says celebrity gave her herpes drops lawsuit." 

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  • Peter Henning

    is quoted by Michigan Radio for its report, "In 'uncommon' move, judge halts trial of Detroit water protesters."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Making it harder to prove white-collar crimes" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times Dealb%k. 

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  • Peter Henning

    is quoted in The National Law Journal for its report, "A small firm for VW's big problems." 

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Daily fantasy sports sites face challenges and options" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted in the Guardian and MSN for the report, "Pfizer's $155bn takeover of Allergan set to prompt tax row."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "The challenges for Volkswagen's internal investigation" for White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k. 

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  • Peter Henning

    is quoted by the Cleveland Plain Dealer in its report, "Torture allegations offer insight into rural Ohio's drug plague."

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  • Peter Henning

    is quoted in a Thomson Reuters Foundation report, "VW sets end-November deadline for scandal whistleblowers." 

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  • Peter Henning

    is quoted in a Bloomberg Business report, "From pits to algos, an old-school trader makes leap to spoofing."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Conviction offers guide to future "spoofing" cases" for White Collar Watch, his column in The New York Times DealB%k. 

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  • Peter Henning

    is quoted in the San Jose Mercury News in its report, "PG&E's profit culture is key element in San Bruno explosion trial." 

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  • Peter Henning

    is quoted in Deutsche Welle report, "Volkswagen's governance questioned as emissions scandal widens."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Market changes may prompt new definition of insider trading" for White Collar Watch, his column in The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    is quoted in The Detroit News report, "Pugh to skip sordid sex trial in Detroit."

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  • Peter Henning

    is quoted by The Guardian for its report, "Detroit's infamous 'RoboCop' faces trial for beating black man during traffic stop." 

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "When to Put the Defendant on the Witness Stand," for White Collar Watch, his column in The New York Times DealB%k.  

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  • Peter Henning

    is quoted in a New York Daily News report, "Supreme Court ruling on rackateering statute would affect FIFA federal fraud case in Brooklyn."

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  • Peter Henning

    is quoted in a Business Insider report, "A Chicago 'spoofing' trial could reshape Wall Street trading law."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Reforming the S.E.C.'s Administrative Process" for White Collar Watch, his column in The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    is quoted in Bloomberg Business article, "Spoofing Law Gets Biggest Test Yet Before a Chicago Jury."

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  • Peter Henning

    is quoted in The American Lawyer report, "Observers Say Prosecutors Misplayed Dewey & LeBoeuf Criminal Case."

     

     

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "The Paths for an Investigation of Fantasy Sports" for White Collar Watch, his column in The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Taking measure of Volkswagen's Cooperation" for White Collar Watch, his regular column in The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted in a Deutsche Welle report, "VW America:'This was not a corporate decision.'"

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted by The American Lawyer for its report, "Round One Goes to Dewey & LeBoeuf Defendants."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "Constitutional Challenges to S.E.C.'s Use of In-House Judges" for White Collar Watch, his regular column in The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted in a Bloomberg Big Law Business report, "FBI Releases Inaugural Hacking Stats."

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  • Peter Henning

    wrote "A Small Step in Changing S.E.C. Administrative Proceedings" for White Collar Watch, his regular column in The New York Times DealB%k.

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  • Peter Henning

    was quoted in a Deutsche Welle article, "Will VW scandal end with prison sentences?"

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  • Peter Henning

    writes "The Potential Criminal Consequences for Volkswagen" in White Collar Watch, his column for The New York Times DealB%k. 

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  • Peter Henning

    writes about the GM settlement in White Collar Watch, his regular column for the New York Times DealB%k. 

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