Bar & Court Admissions

  • State Bar of New York
  • State Bar of Tennessee
  • State Bar of Texas
  • State Bar of New Jersey
  • United States Supreme Court
  • U.S. District Court for the Southern, Eastern, and Northern Districts of New York
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee
  • U.S. Court of Appeal for the 2nd, 4th, 6th, and 11th Circuits

Professional Affiliations

Federal Bar Council

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

International Bar Association


University of Tennessee College of Law

Florida Coastal School of Law (J.D.)

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (B.S.)

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Bradley Henry

New York
T: 212.730.7700
F: 212.730.7725

Brad Henry is a partner in M&R’s New York office, a board-certified criminal trial specialist and the firm's White-Collar Defense & Investigations Chair. He represents entities and individuals in criminal and regulatory litigation and government investigations, international arbitrations, and internal investigations involving securities fraud, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and export violations, bank secrecy and money laundering offenses, public corruption, U.S. economic sanctions violations, corporate financial fraud, and theft of trade secrets. Brad has defended clients across industries, including banking and financial services, textiles, construction, mining, nuclear, tobacco, and manufacturing.

As a matter of practice, Brad represents clients in matters involving the Department of Justice (National Security Division, Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section., Environment and Natural Resources Division), Securities and Exchange Commission, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Office of Foreign Assets Control, and other federal, state and local agencies. Internationally, he has arbitrated cases before the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID).

Formerly a name partner and managing white-collar partner of a boutique disputes and investigations law firm, Brad continues to be a frequent legal commentator and speaker, providing his view on a range of white-collar and compliance topics, as well as U.S. economic sanctions, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and cross-border investigations. In addition, Brad serves as a co-chair of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s U.S.-Turkey Business Council Ad Hoc Legal Working Group.

Representative Matters

Corporate Fraud:

Represented senior executive of a diesel fuel company in connection with post-conviction motions, sentencing, and related matters.

Represented executive of a nuclear remediation company in connection with an investigation into possible violations of the False Claims Act.

Represented chief of general surgery of regional university medical center in relation to an investigation into Medicare/Medicaid fraud.

Represented executive of ivy league university against allegations of bribery and visa fraud.

U.S. Economic Sanctions:

Represented international tobacco company in connection with an investigation by the DOJ National Security Division and OFAC in alleged violations of U.S. economic sanctions against North Korea.

Conducted an internal investigation of European payment services company in relation to possible violations of U.S. economic sanctions against Iran.

Represented foreign bank in U.S. economic sanctions investigation.

Represented European tobacco company in connection with an investigation by the DOJ National Security Division into possible violations of U.S. economic sanctions.

Represented foreign individual in connection with delisting action by OFAC. 

Economic Espionage and Theft of Trade Secrets:

Represented national construction company in a federal lawsuit alleging theft of trade secrets and fraud.

Represented medical device engineer in connection with an investigation into theft of trade secrets.

Represented turbine engineer in a prosecution for theft of trade secrets.

Computer Fraud and Abuse Act:

Represented foreign individual against allegations of violations of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act for creation of internationally distributed malware.

Past Speaking Engagements