Harold Ruvoldt is an experienced trial attorney and business adviser who has tried more than 150 cases across the United States, serving as a prosecutor, criminal defense attorney and civil litigator. Harold focuses his practice on representing individuals and companies in large, complex civil litigations, as well as the representation of clients who confront regulatory SEC and white-collar criminal issues. In addition to white collar criminal investigations and prosecutions, he conducts internal investigations and guides companies in structuring, evaluating and preserving their corporate integrity systems.
Harold also provides legal counsel to companies looking to showcase and improve their business by demonstrated and measurable integrity. In addition, he regularly represents and advises a full range of business entities ranging from financial institutions to charities and not for profits in evaluating their systemic operations.
Early in his legal career, Harold devised and litigated the case of Robinson vs. Cahill, resulting in a New Jersey Supreme Court order that held the 200-year-old system of funding public education unconstitutional and ordered the New Jersey Legislature to restructure finance system for the education of the public in New Jersey.
A significant accomplishment in Harold’s profession is serving as Prosecutor for Hudson County in New Jersey, as a County Counsel for their second largest New Jersey county and Corporation Counsel for Jersey City — the second largest city in New Jersey.
Harold also speaks and writes nationally and internationally about litigation and corporate integrity. His work has been the subject of books, magazines, and other publications such as Other People’s Children, The Right to Learn, The Other Side of Justice and The Horizon Just Moved.