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Veteran White-Collar Attorney David J. Hensel Joins Hoover Hull Turner LLP

Hoover Hull Turner is pleased to expand the breadth of its services with the addition of veteran white-collar defense attorney David Hensel. As the firm’s newest partner, David brings not only his white-collar defense practice but also his expertise in complex civil litigation and federal and state regulatory matters.

David’s experience includes representing corporations and individuals in white collar criminal prosecutions and other regulatory matters, such as False Claims Act/Anti-Kickback, environmental, securities fraud, HUD, tax, health care fraud, trade secret, commercial bribery, embezzlement, RICO, insurance fraud, and bank fraud matters. He also represents law firms and their lawyers in defense of professional liability claims and disciplinary charges, physicians and other professionals in disciplinary and ethical matters, and closely-held companies and their officers, directors and shareholders in business disputes and related litigation.

David’s prior engagements include:

  • Successfully represented pharmaceutical scientist in federal criminal prosecution for allegedly stealing trade secrets; all charges were voluntarily dismissed by government.
  • Successfully represented state official facing criminal charges for official misconduct; all charges were dismissed, State v. Hardy, 7 N.E.3d 396 (Ind. Ct. App. 2014).
  • Successfully represented former CFO of Fortune 100 company in a complex financial and securities criminal investigation resulting in no charges being filed.
  • Successfully completed one-week trial in complicated probate matter involving ownership and control of multi-million dollar family business.
  • Represented owner of several large apartment complexes in HUD fraud investigation resulting in no personal charges.
  • Successfully represented small health-care device company in patent infringement matter, Roche v. HDI, 455 F. Supp. 2d 840 and 374 F. Supp. 2d 673 (S.D. Ind. 2005).

For additional information on David and his practice, see his biography page.