ROBERT P. WOLF
By gaining an understanding of how a business operates as well as its goals and objectives, staffing capabilities, and resources, we can formulate an approach to legal issues that will work for each client that meets the client’s needs. Familiarity with and an appreciation of the client’s business not only facilitates the development of an approach and strategy to address the legal issue or matter presented in a manner that works for the client, but minimizes the imposition on a client’s management time and promotes the resolution of matters in a timely and cost-efficient manner.
- business formations
- mergers and acquisitions
- limited litigation
- State of Virginia 1966
- U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia 1976
- Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals 1976
- State of South Carolina 2005
- U. S. District Court for the State of South Carolina 2005
Marshall – Wythe School of Law, College of William and Mary, 1966
College of William and Mary, B.A. 1964
Children: Jack, David, Meredith and James
Prior to entering practice with his son David:
Bob held in-house counsel positions with Eli Lilly & Company and Reynolds Metal Company and served as General Counsel and in other executive positions with A. H. Robins Company, Alumax Inc., LaRoche Industries, Inc. and Frenkel & Co., Inc.
He also managed business operations as Vice President and General Manager of A. H. Robins’ Medical Instruments Division and as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Care Systems, Inc. In addition to serving as counsel and in operating management, Bob has managed risk management and human resources for several of those organizations.
- Charleston County Bar Association (Senior Member)
- South Carolina Bar
- Virginia Bar