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Stephen M. Wolf

Associate
fax +1 215.640.8501

Stephen Wolf helps his clients, including owners, contractors, and design professionals, solve construction-related disputes.

Steve represents clients in a wide range of construction-related matters, specifically on complex construction and commercial matters often involving owners, developers, general contractors, prime contractors, subcontractors, construction managers, and design professionals.

Many of Steve’s representative matters involve construction contract disputes, construction defects, design issues, mechanic’s liens, and consumer protection issues, among others. While the goal of risk management is to avoid protracted litigation, in the event litigation arises, Steve is well-versed in the effective and efficient litigation construction cases, including discovery, arbitrations, and trial preparation.

Prior to joining Clark Hill, Steve routinely handled complex construction cases across multiple jurisdictions on behalf of an international construction services company whose services included construction management, architecture, and engineering. Steve maintains his OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) 10-hour certification to further bolster his knowledge base for his construction practice.

Education

B.S., Pennsylvania State University, State College, Pennsylvania, Crime, Law & Justice
J.D., cum laude, Temple University, Beasley School of Law, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Recognitions

Former Staff Member, Temple Political & Civil Rights Law Review, Temple University Beasley School of Law

Recognition, Rubin Public Interest Honor Society Fellow, Temple University Beasley School of Law

Memberships

Philadelphia Association of Defense Counsel

Philadelphia Bar Association

State Bar Licenses

New Jersey, Pennsylvania

Court Admissions

U.S. District Ct., E.D. of Pennsylvania
U.S. District Ct., W.D. of Pennsylvania
U.S. District Ct., M.D. of Pennsylvania
Articles
  • What Is the Duty of a Construction Manager in PA and NY? The Answer Is, “Well, It Depends”, DRI Business Suit, Volume 23, Issue 3, 10/15/20