Bridget Byrne Rudolphi is the Director of Business Development at FH+H.
Her leadership experience in the luxury segment of the hospitality industry for over a decade has crossed over into her current role, where she oversees the firm’s client and business development initiatives. Mrs. Rudolphi has been a trusted advisor to businesses in various industries, including education, technology, food and beverage, hospitality and travel, non-profits, and consultancies. She integrates business development with assisting clients on their legal matters in her multifaceted role.
She is committed to helping our clients develop strategies to cultivate their businesses, and her extensive business experience allows her to guide clients with a breadth of subjects beyond answers to their legal problems, including brand identity, sales and client development.
In her legal role, Mrs. Rudolphi helps to navigate businesses through the various stages of a company’s lifespan, including choosing the right form of governance; outlining a business plan for potential investors; contract drafting; developing their intellectual property strategy to help clients protect and monetize their intellectual property; and preparing an exit plan for selling the company.
Mrs. Rudolphi contributes to many practice areas within the firm, including corporate litigation and investigations, intellectual property, corporate and business transactions, trust and estates, and employment law matters.
Mrs. Rudolphi is passionate about social justice and humanitarian issues, most notably during law school where she served as a Student Attorney for both the Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project and Clemency Project. There, she represented clients wrongfully convicted of crimes based on the unavailability of DNA testing at the time of their conviction, eyewitness misidentification, and false confessions stemming from Due Process violations. Mrs. Rudolphi also drafted an incarcerated client’s petition for commutation of his sentence based on criteria set forth by the Department of Justice’s Clemency Initiative. She gives a lot of her time to volunteer organizations both within her community and on a national level.
Mrs. Rudolphi attended the Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, receiving her Juris Doctorate with a litigation concentration. She was awarded Pro Bono High Honors at graduation for her commitment to pro bono service throughout her law school career.