A former prosecutor, DEA Special Agent, and partner in a boutique international law firm, in that order, Jarrett Wolf combines litigation and trial experience with global investigations and crisis management experience. His clients include multinational corporates, banks, financial firms, governments, and law firms. He has handled matters in jurisdictions across the U.S. and involving more than 45 countries, including Hong Kong, Monaco, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Switzerland, and the United Arab Emirates.
Mr. Wolf is recognized in Chambers Crisis and Risk Management, Crisis Management USA Nationwide; and Chambers Litigation Support, Business Intelligence and Investigations USA Nationwide.
Mr. Wolf’s experience includes the prevention of international incidents; legal and investigative responses to government investigations, arrests, and prosecutions; corporate investigations of fraud, bribery, corruption, money laundering, sanctions violations, extortion, and misconduct; internal investigations which have resolved corporate crises; investigations in multi-million dollar litigation and arbitration matters; and international investigative due diligence in multi-million dollar deals.
Mr. Wolf began his career as an Assistant State Attorney in Miami where he co-founded the State Attorney’s Gang Prosecution Unit and investigated and prosecuted cases involving gangs and violent organized crime. He wrote the first warrant in Florida authorizing a search for gang evidence, obtained the first court order in Florida admitting gang evidence at trial, and was a frequent presenter at national law enforcement conferences.
Mr. Wolf was later recruited by the United States Drug Enforcement Administration as a Special Agent and spent the next several years investigating international drug trafficking organizations. He was the case agent for DEA’s international investigation of a Consolidated Priority Organization Target for which he received the DEA Administrator’s Award, the U.S. Attorney’s Outstanding Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award, the DEA Exceptional Performance Award, and the International Narcotic Enforcement Officers’ Association’s International Award of Honor.
In 2006, he joined Ferrell Law, P.A. as a partner in the firm’s trial and appellate practice and, in 2009, founded Wolf, P.A. and Group One Consulting, which evolved to create Wolf Global.
Mr. Wolf has been a presenter at more than 40 conferences and seminars, speaking on crisis management, international investigations and corporate investigations, and he has authored several articles and manuals on best practices.
Gang Prosecution Manual of the United States Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (Co-Author)
Introduction to Criminal Investigation
Gang Prosecution – A resource for police and prosecutors
Drug Gang Enforcement and Gang Homicide Investigation
Operation Hardcore – A prototype response to violent street gangs
Basic Training for Street Gang Investigators – Legal Issues and Concerns
Provisions of Florida Criminal Law Relevant to the Investigation and Prosecution of Terrorism
Mr. Wolf has received awards and commendations from the DEA, FBI, Anti-Defamation League, U.S. Army Criminal Investigations Division at Ft. Campbell, HIDTA, the Florida Intelligence Unit, federal and state prosecutors, police agencies, the Regional Information Sharing System and the Regional Organized Crime Information Center. He is recognized in Chambers Crisis and Risk Management, Crisis Management USA Nationwide; and Chambers Litigation Support, Business Intelligence and Investigations USA Nationwide
- International Advisory`
- Investigations & Intelligence
- Crisis Management
- Risk Mitigation
- J.D., University of Miami School of Law
- B.S., Telecommunication, University of Florida
- New York State Bar Association, International Law Section
- District of Columbia Bar, International Law Section
- American Bar Association, Section of International Law
- League of Prosecutors
- Association of Federal Narcotics Agents
- Florida Bar Eleventh Circuit Unlicensed Practice of Law Committee