Harold J. Ruvoldt
Harold Ruvoldt is an accomplished business advisor and trial attorney having more than 150 cases that he handled in the United States — as a civil litigator, criminal defense attorney, and prosecutor. Today, he’s principally involved in working for individual and companies with complicated civil litigation, including representing clients who face white-collar and regulatory SEC and criminal cases.
Harold acquired a degree in B.S. at St. Peter’s College. He earned his degree in J.D. at Seton Hall Univesity. He then obtained his M.B.A. at Rutgers University – Graduate School of Management and attended a post-graduate study of International Business at Wolfson College, Cambridge University.
As a young professional in the legal industry, Harold conceived of and litigated the case of Robinson vs. Cahill, which resulted in a New Jersey Supreme Court order that directed the restructuring of the finance system for the education of the public in NJ. After serving as an in-charge partner at Edward Angell Palmer & Dodge in their New York City office, Harold served as a litigation-business partner to Hodgson & Ross, and Nixon Peabody. As a refugee from the restraint of big firm practice, Harold founded his current firm.
One of the essential things Harold had done in his profession includes as Prosector for Hudson County in New Jersey and as a County Counsel and corporation council for Jersey City — the second largest city in New Jersey. Aside from performing internal investigations for his clients, Harold also provides legal assistance to companies on how they can showcase and preserve company integrity. He also continuously represents financial institutions as one of his old, quality legal services. For corporate client Harold spent a year living in China dealing with a Chinese Bankruptcy.
Having been regularly recognized as a New York Super Lawyer, Harold also speaks and writes about litigation and corporate integrity nationally and internationally. His work has been the subject of Books, Magazine Articles andNews Paper Editorial such as, “Other People’s Children.” “The Right to Learn,” “The Other Side of Justice,” and “The Horizon Just Moved”.