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Bernard Wald joined the firm in 1955 after graduating
first in his class from the New York University School of Law,
where he was the Decision Editor of the New York University
Law Review. He is, and has for many years been, the head of
the Corporate and Securities Department of Herzfeld & Rubin.
During the more than fifty years that he has been practicing law
at the firm, he has been lead counsel in a broad spectrum of
sophisticated and complex corporate and commercial matters,
involving a wide range of manufacturing, distribution, financial
and other entities. His diverse practice has included the
acquisitions and dispositions of businesses and a variety of
commercial contracts, as well as more general corporate advisory
work, not only for public and privately-owned enterprises, but
for families and individuals as well. He has, in this practice,
put to good use his magna cum laude degree in accounting from
the City College of New York School of Business and Public
Administration (now Baruch College), where he was the Editor of
The Accounting Forum and President of The Accounting
In addition to his corporate and commercial law practice, Mr.
Wald has participated extensively in major litigation,
particularly in cases involving novel Constitutional or
statutory issues. Among these cases have been appeals before the
United States Supreme Court and the New York Court of Appeals
which successfully established fundamental restrictions on the
jurisdiction of federal and state courts over foreign entities.
In other major cases, he succeeded in establishing key
principles of commercial and import-export law, particularly in
the letter of credit area.
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