Mr. Ribaudo's extensive litigation experience, civil and criminal, includes procuring a $2 million judgment against a former trustee for breach of trust, invalidating a criminal registration statute, and, while an Assistant Attorney General, drafting an amicus curiae brief for the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of Missouri and twenty other states.

Mr. Ribaudo's background and experience helps explain the success he has had while zealously representing his clients.  Mr. Ribaudo is a member of the Missouri bar (and formerly a member of the New York, Kansas, and Illinois bars); the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals; the U.S. District Court of Missouri, Western and Eastern Districts; the U.S. Bankruptcy Court of Missouri, Eastern District; and the American Bar Association and its Council of Appellate Lawyers.  A former member of The Missouri Law Review, Mr. Ribaudo clerked for the Honorable Judge Harold Lowenstein, Missouri Court of Appeals, after graduating at the top of his class.  After his clerkship, Mr. Ribaudo worked was an Assistant Attorney General, after which he formed The Ribaudo Law Firm.