Henry Van Dyck is a former federal prosecutor and experienced trial lawyer who represents corporate clients and individuals in complex criminal, regulatory, administrative and congressional investigations. Having served for more than a decade as a financial crimes prosecutor at DOJ, Henry’s experience encompasses all aspects of corporate criminal and civil enforcement matters, including securities, accounting, commodities, cryptocurrency, procurement and health care fraud, as well as market manipulation, insider trading, spoofing, environmental crimes, vehicle emissions and related investigations, money laundering, and bribery. Henry also conducts risk assessments and internal investigations for clients, and provides advice regarding internal controls and other compliance-related matters.
Henry previously served as the Principal Assistant Chief of the Market Integrity and Major Frauds Unit within the Fraud Section at DOJ, where he oversaw many of DOJ’s most significant corporate criminal prosecutions and cross-border investigations, and supervised a team of approximately 40 dedicated financial crimes prosecutors. During his 11 years at DOJ, Henry led dozens of complex corporate investigations and prosecutions resulting in the convictions of executives at publicly traded and financial services companies, and tried numerous high-profile white collar cases to verdict in districts across the country. Henry received the FBI’s highest honor — the Director’s Award — for his work prosecuting a $200 million securities fraud case, and received the Assistant Attorney General’s Award on two occasions for his work prosecuting other major corporate fraud cases.