Christopher D. Wolf represents condominiums, homeowners' associations and cooperatives in Maryland in the areas of dispute resolution, construction defects, governance issues and assessment collection.
Christopher practices in the Litigation Department, concentrating in insurance coverage, first-party property matters and third-party litigation. His experience includes insurance fraud investigation, such as arson and staged auto occurrences, and tort defenses. He has presented to various insurance companies on fraud issues, adjustment of insurance losses involving condominiums, and other insurance law topics.
Christopher has advised community associations on covenant enforcement, drafting bylaws and contract negotiations, as well as litigation and mediation. He has also represented HOA’s and Condominiums in liability disputes and administrative hearings involving governmental agencies.
Christopher practices in the state and federal courts of Maryland and Pennsylvania. He has spoken at community association industry seminars and is a member of the Community Associations Institute.
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- J.D., Cum Laude, University of Baltimore School of Law, 2000
- J.D. in Justice System Services, Magna Cum Laude, Temple University, 1997
- Maryland State Bar Association Member, Real Property Section
- Pennsylvania Bar Association
- Community Associations Institute (CAI)
- Maryland Defense Counsel, Inc.
- Maryland Super Lawyers, Rising Star in Business Litigation in 2014