Craig B. Kravit

 
 

Biography

Drawing upon more than 26 years of combined investigative, legal and technical experience, Craig founded Kravit Smith LLP to provide a multi-disciplinary approach to dispute resolution and investigations.  In addition to his law practice, Craig founded iVision International LLC 17 years ago and it has become a preeminent risk mitigation consulting firm providing complete investigatory services to many of the world’s largest law firms, private equity firms and financial institutions, as well as to high net worth individual and families.  During the course of his career, Craig has conducted and led thousands of undertakings involving investigative diligence in connection with internal corporate matters, in support of litigation and other forms of dispute resolution and relating to a wide range of business sectors in the United States and around the world. 

Prior to founding iVision and his own law practice, Craig served as a managing director and associate general counsel of one of the world’s leading corporate investigations firms.  Craig was also formerly an attorney with Beveridge & Diamond, P.C., one of the country’s premier boutique law firms.  Before attending law school, Craig gained valuable experience as a geologist with an environmental and physical sciences consulting firm.  In this role, Craig investigated sources of groundwater contamination and traced dumping activities at numerous hazardous waste sites, including a high-profile Superfund site and subsequent landmark federal case, which later became the basis of an acclaimed book and major motion picture.

 

Education

J.D., St. John’s University School of Law (1989)

B.S, Franklin and Marshall College (1984)

 

Admissions

New York