T.J. Wolf has four years of experience in the legal industry, both as a scholar, and a law clerk for attorneys in a number of practice areas. At DisputeSoft, T.J. works with our experts and staff to prepare expert reports by researching and analyzing documentation, to produce content and support for our expert reports. He has become deeply involved in analyzing the root causes of IT failure cases.
Prior to joining DisputeSoft, T.J. clerked at the University of Dayton School of Law Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship clinic, where he reviewed and revised intellectual property transactions, wrote memos advising clients of DFAR compliance obligations, and helped construct intellectual property law educational materials for start-up companies.
T.J. graduated from George Washington University Law School with an LL.M in Intellectual Property Law. As the subject of his thesis, he proposed a legislative-independent resolution to the orphan works problem plaguing copyright law. Prior to entering George Washington University Law School, T.J. graduated from the University of Dayton School of Law, where he participated in law review. As a law review staff member, he provided editorial support for the journal and wrote legal commentary proposing a forward-looking revision to compulsory licensing sections of the Copyright Act relating to broadcast television.
The following are some of the software cases that Mr. Wolf has worked on:
- For a property and casualty insurance company, analyze the causes of failure of a large system implementation
- For a large system integrator, conducted a pre-litigation assessment of a large system implementation failure