Jerry Wolf concentrates his efforts in complex civil and commercial litigation, with extensive experience in environmental, antitrust, intellectual property, franchise litigation, construction litigation and alternative dispute resolution.
Jerry chaired Dentons' US predecessor's initial firmwide marketing committee, which established its first logo and brand. He served as the founding managing partner of the Kansas City office, as a member of the Firm's Management Committee and as chair of the legacy Kansas City Litigation practice. He also chaired Dentons' US predecessor's Centennial Committee and co-chaired its Scholars Program, which provided stipends to first-year law students to work in public service. Jerry handles almost every kind of complex commercial litigation, including antitrust, environmental, contract, class action, construction and insurance coverage cases. In 2010, as lead trial counsel, he led a team that saved an inmate from the death penalty in Alabama.