Ms. Wolf has represented corporations and individuals in many regulatory and government enforcement investigation matters, including enforcement matters before the DOJ, SEC, CFTC and state attorneys general. She has assisted boards and audit committees in conducting internal investigations of potential accounting irregularities, improper business practices and corporate governance issues. She also has experience advising on cross-border investigations, and has counseled clients on transaction due diligence, compliance matters and employee training, particularly related to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Ms. Wolf has represented companies and their officers and directors in a variety of litigation, including cases involving issues of complex accounting, antitrust, securities, consumer fraud, corporate transactions, product liability and other commercial matters.
Representative clients include CME Group; JPMorgan Chase, & Co.; CF Industries; and Purdue Pharma, L.P.
Ms. Wolf is the co-chair of the firm’s Global Women’s Initiatives Committee and serves on the advisory selection committee for the Skadden Fellowship program. She also currently serves on the firm’s Electronic Discovery Committee and has assisted in developing manuals and training presentations regarding electronic discovery best practices. Additionally, she participates in the firm’s annual training program for new associates.
Ms. Wolf has represented pro bono clients in a variety of immigration matters. She also serves on the board of directors for the National Immigrant Justice Center and the Chicago Foundation for Women.
In 2021, Ms. Wolf was named one of Chicago Daily Law Bulletin’s Top 50 Women in Law.
She also was named one of Crain’s Chicago Business’ 2020 Notable Women in Law, in
addition to being named a 2019 Notable Gen X Leader in Law by the same publication. Ms.
Wolf also has been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America for white collar and
regulatory enforcement litigation.