Daniel Wolf litigates in both state and federal court on behalf of policyholders seeking recovery under directors and officers, professional liability, fiduciary liability, commercial general liability, title, and other lines of insurance. Daniel also advises clients regarding risk management and insurance recovery strategies that extend beyond litigation. Daniel’s practice includes representation of corporations, individuals, and post-bankruptcy trusts. Prior to joining Gilbert LLP, Daniel litigated securities fraud class actions and shareholder derivative lawsuits at a law firm in New York.
Daniel also maintains an active pro bono practice. Recent pro bono matters include representing clients in D.C.’s housing courts, co-authoring amicus curiae briefs for the U.S. Supreme Court and other appellate courts, and advising non-profit organizations regarding their insurance coverage needs. In 2019, Daniel received the Making Justice Real Pro Bono Award for outstanding pro bono service from the Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia.
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