Harvey practices primarily in the areas of international and domestic corporate finance and domestic corporate governance, investment management law, securities law, including the Investment Company Act and Investment Advisers Act, and corporation, limited liability company and partnership law. Harvey counsels domestic and foreign clients, and advises clients respecting domestic and offshore investments and transactions. He initiated the firm's ZAG-SW partnership with Zysman, Aharoni, Gayer & Co., represents U.S. and Israeli clients, and supervises the firm's ZAG/Sullivan's operations.
Harvey was formerly an associate professor of law at The University of Virginia School of Law (investment law, torts) and an adjunct professor at Boston College Law School (corporate finance). Harvey has advised and lectured in Israel, Ireland and Central and Eastern Europe. He has served as a board member of an NYSE-listed company and of an NASD company. Harvey has lectured in the United States and in China, England, the Czech Republic, Austria and Hungary on private-equity investment, institutional investment and public and private investment companies and other collective investment vehicles.