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Daniel Charles (DC) V. Wolf

DC Wolf is a litigator who represents clients in disputes involving business transactions, constitutional issues, and white collar crime. DC represents clients in a broad range of sectors, including technology, cryptocurrency, securities, local government, renewable energy, and healthcare.

DC’s litigation experience includes disputes over shareholder issues and corporate governance, cryptocurrency transactions, trade secrets, and mergers and acquisitions. He is also experienced in matters of constitutional law, including civil rights, free speech, and interstate economic regulation and has represented both public and private sector clients in connection with such issues. DC also advises clients on criminal and regulatory investigations, including those involving healthcare law, federal criminal law, and consumer protection regulations.

DC has litigated in state and federal courts at both the trial and appellate levels. He is also experienced in binding private arbitration and mediation. DC maintains an active pro bono practice representing survivors of domestic violence seeking to escape the cycle of abuse.

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 and 2020 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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