The Four Trials of Henry Ford
by Gregory R. Piché
















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Gregory Russell Piché is a Denver lawyer who has practiced as a litigator for 45 years. He teaches health care law and ethics in a graduate degree program at the University of Colorado/Denver School of Business. 

While obtaining a degree in Economics from the University of Michigan, he worked in public relations for the Ford Motor Company during the summers of 1963 to 1966. He then attended law school at the Detroit College of Law (now Michigan State University Law School). He has made many appearances before trial and appellate courts and was twice nominated as a candidate for the Colorado Court of Appeals by the Colorado Judicial Nomination Commission. 

Mr. Piché's grandfather worked for the Dodge Brothers as their assistant treasurer, and was charged with the task, among others, of making amends to bar owners whose establishments were damaged by the Dodges’ weekend high jinks. Stories about Henry Ford and the Dodge Brothers have long been a part of Greg's interest and imagination.
The Four Trials of Henry Ford by Gregory R. Piché
The Four Trials of Henry Ford
In recounting the Ford litigation, Piché examines Ford’s parallel manipulation of public media to advance his own political and narcissistic agenda to become a public sage and an American President. It follows the initial rise of his reputation as a Progressive capitalist to its ultimate erosion as a mean-spirited bigot and contributor to the propaganda that fueled the Holocaust.
Books by Gregory R. Piché
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