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Daniel Charles (DC) V. Wolf

DC Wolf is a litigator whose practice focuses on constitutional law, complex commercial disputes, and appellate litigation. He has experience in all phases of litigation, having drafted dispositive motions and appellate briefs, presented oral argument, taken and defended depositions, and participated in trial and post-trial proceedings. DC represents clients in a broad range of sectors, including technology, local government, private equity investment, and healthcare.

His constitutional law practice has involves defending government employees and municipalities from civil rights claims and challenges to their legal authority, as well as counseling all manner of clients on Commerce Clause and First Amendment issues. DC also has extensive experience in complex commercial litigation, including securities; shareholder disputes; and disputes relating to mergers, acquisitions, and commercial contracts. As an appellate litigator, he has counseled clients on appellate procedure and many numerous appellate briefs on a diverse range of issues in state and federal court. DC also maintains an active pro bono practice representing survivors of domestic violence seeking court-ordered protection from their abusers.

DC was previously a judicial extern to the Honorable John C. Coughenour of the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington.

He was a K&L Gates summer associate in 2013.

Before attending law school, DC volunteered in a legal aid office in Massachusetts, assisting indigent clients with landlord-tenant issues.

  • Selected to 2019 Washington State Rising Stars List
  • Roger J. Traynor California Moot Court Competition, Outstanding Individual Achievement in Oral Argument.
  • UCLA Law Moot Court Top 8 Oral Advocate
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