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Patrick Wolf

Patrick Wolf is a business litigation attorney who strives to provide the perfect balance between aggressive representation and cost–effective dispute resolution for his client. To do so, Patrick draws on his wide–ranging experience litigating civil business disputes for clients of all sizes and types, from small family–owned businesses to Fortune 500 companies in industries that include real estate, tech, finance, energy, healthcare, and automotive.


Since the start of his career, Patrick has established himself as an effective representative for his clients. His proven track record of success reinforces that reputation. In just his first year of practice, Patrick assisted in successfully defending a client from a federal indictment alleging fraudulent securities offerings totaling more than $300,000,000.00. Soon thereafter, Patrick was part of the team that negotiated a settlement in a breach of contract and fiduciary duty case that distributed more than $150,000,000.00 worth of assets among the involved parties. Since then, Patrick has consistently achieved victories for his clients in the courtroom, as well as in negotiations, administrative agency hearings, and on appeal.


In addition to his litigation practice, Patrick also provides advice and outside general counsel services to local businesses and charities. He regularly advises startups on entity formation and corporate governance issues, and counsels cryptocurrency entities on complex federal and state securities regulations.  


Patrick graduated cum laude from the University of North Carolina School of Law. While at UNC, Patrick was a member of the North Carolina Law Review, won awards for his trial and appellate advocacy, clerked in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina, and became a published author in the field of federal Native American law. 


Prior to joining Terrazas PLLC, Patrick was an associate at Husch Blackwell and Weisbart Springer Hayes.


Representative Cases

  • Represented and negotiated a settlement for a Texas company in a lawsuit for breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty, with over $150,000,000.00 worth of assets at stake.

  • Defended a client named in an SEC indictment alleging violation of U.S. securities laws for participation in a fraudulent cryptocurrency Ponzi scheme that raised over $300,000,000.00. 

  • Brought a negligence claim on behalf of a client against a neighboring property owner – a large institutional real estate developer – for damages in excess of $1,000,000.00 caused by a faulty water retention facility that leaked toxic wastewater onto client’s property. 

  • Successfully obtained a favorable settlement for a commercial real estate landlord in a dispute against a delinquent tenant who caused more than $500,000.00 worth of property damage to a luxury multiuse high rise.

  • Successfully obtained a favorable settlement for a client pursuing a residential real estate construction company for breaching the payback terms of an investment contract worth more than $600,000.00.

  • Assisted a local biotech start–up in their initial corporate structuring and governance, including mediating internal disputes regarding intellectual property, ownership percentages, profit distributions, and voting rights. 

  • Represented a homebuyer pursuing the seller and seller’s real estate agent for fraudulent misrepresentations and non–disclosures that occurred during the sale process.



  • Member, North Carolina Law Review

  • Published Author – Patrick A. Wolf, Representation for Removal? The Cherokee’s Claim to a Congressional Delegate Assessed Under the Canons of Construction, 99 N.C. L. Rev. 223 (2021). 

  • Best Brief and Outstanding Appellate Advocate Awards, Holderness Moot Court Competition

  • Semifinalist, Kilpatrick Townsend Mock Trial Competition

  • Dean’s Fellow, UNC School of Law

  • Student–Athlete, Hope College Football

  • Board Member, Hope College Judicial Board



  • Patrick A. Wolf, Representation for Removal? The Cherokee’s Claim to a Congressional Delegate Assessed Under the Canons of Construction, 99 N.C. L. Rev. 223 (2021). 


Professional Activities & Memberships

  • State Bar of Texas

  • Texas State Bar Technology Chapter

  • Austin Bar Association

  • Austin Young Lawyers Association

  • Federal Bar Association

  • Saint Thomas More Society of Austin

  • The Austin Institute

  • Founder, Suited


Tel: 734-904-3669

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