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Special Event:
Corporate Citizenship in the Age of Enron & Madoff

Wednesday, April 13, 2011, 7-9 pm
Partrich Auditorium, Wayne State University Law School

“Corporate Citizenship in the Age of Enron and Madoff,” a public presentation held on the evening of April 13, 2011, allowed discussion of white collar crime and its citizenship effects. Panelists included U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade, prominent private practice attorney Harold Gurewitz, and Wayne Law professor Peter J. Henning. The panel discussed some of the challenges facing prosecutors of white collar crime, ambiguities facing defendants or those who cooperate in investigations, and the strong regional differences that may creep into decision making on which kinds of cases are prosecuted.


Barbara McQuade

United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan

Harold Gurewitz

Member, Gurewitz and Raben, PLC

Peter J. Henning

Professor, Wayne State University Law School
Archived Video: Click Here to watch the panel discussion.


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