Spencer Fane LLP is pleased to announce Henry C. Leventis received a presidential nomination to serve as U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Tennessee on July 29. His appointment is pending confirmation before the U.S. Senate.
“Henry has been a tremendous asset to the firm and its clients but is also a wonderful colleague and friend, and we could not be more proud to see him nominated to serve as United States Attorney,” said Charles Robert Bone, Office Managing Partner for Spencer Fane in Nashville. “Henry’s fierce devotion to justice combined with his legal acumen and dedication to preserving professionalism in the practice of law combine to make him an exceptional selection for the position of U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Tennessee.”
In announcing three new nominees to serve as U.S. Attorneys across the country, the White House said each was selected for their “devotion to enforcing the law, their professionalism, their experience and credentials, their dedication to pursuing equal justice for all, and their commitment to the independence of the Department of Justice.”
“These are officials who will be indispensable to upholding the rule of law as top federal law enforcement officials,” the White House said in its statement.
At Spencer Fane, Henry helps businesses and individuals with high-stakes criminal, civil, and administrative matters by aligning his experience and insight with each client’s unique goals and business objectives. He works closely with clients to fully understand their concerns, develop the best possible strategy for moving forward, and counsel them about all their options at each step along the way.
As a former federal prosecutor and an accomplished trial attorney, Henry understands the importance of having the right advocate. He has conducted jury trials in federal and state courts throughout the United States.
Prior to joining Spencer Fane, Henry served as the white-collar chief and director of litigation for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Nashville, where he supervised more than 30 federal prosecutors. From 2017 to 2019, as head of the White Collar Crime Unit, Henry focused on health care fraud, securities fraud, and public corruption. During this time, he worked closely with officials in the Justice Department’s Criminal Division as well as leadership in the FBI, the Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Inspector General, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.
Read the full White House announcement here.