David B. Wolfe
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Mr. Wolfe is a member of Skoloff & Wolfe’s Real Property Valuation, and Litigation Departments. He represents commercial and residential taxpayers in real property tax appeals, as well as corporate and individual clients in complex civil litigation. Mr. Wolfe was formerly an associate at the law firm of Davis Polk and Wardwell in New York. While at Davis Polk, his practice focused on regulatory investigations, securities litigation and banking disputes.
Mr. Wolfe was appointed by the Supreme Court of New Jersey to serve as a member of its Committee on the Tax Court, and has served as the co-Chair of the Real Property Tax Practice and Procedure Committee of the New Jersey State Bar Association since 2004. Mr. Wolfe is a frequent lecturer on the subject of real property tax appeals, and has lectured on that subject for the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education and the Appraisal Institute. He has repeatedly been selected by Real Estate New Jersey as one of New Jersey’s “Most Prominent Real Estate Attorneys.” In 2008, NJBIZ, a leading New Jersey business publication, recognized him as a “40-Under-40” top business leader in New Jersey. He has also been included by Law & Politics and SuperLawyers as a “Rising Star” and a “Super Lawyer.”
Mr. Wolfe holds leadership positions in the American Bar Association and the New Jersey State Bar Association. He serves as the Chair of the ABA’s Young Lawyer Division, the ABA’s largest Division with more than 150,000 members. A Life-Fellow of the American Bar Foundation, Mr. Wolfe serves on the Board of the American Bar Foundation. He represents New Jersey in the ABA House of Delegates and is the co-Chair of the New Jersey State Bar Association Membership Committee.
Mr. Wolfe has been featured or quoted in a wide variety of local and national publications, including The Star-Ledger, Forbes.com, NJBIZ, The Washington Post, WSJ.com, Law.com, New York Law Journal, and New Jersey Law Journal.
Mr. Wolfe received his J.D. from New York University School of Law and graduated from Cornell University, with distinction in all subjects.
“The Silent Killer: What New Jersey attorneys need to know about Chapter 91.”
“Current Planning Issues for New Jersey Tax-Exempt Organizations”