Ross Wolland's practice includes assisting clients with complex civil antitrust litigation, including trial and appeal, criminal charges brought under the Sherman Act, government review of mergers and acquisitions, filing obligations under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act, third-party complaints to U.S. antitrust agencies, and counseling clients in relation to antitrust issues. Mr. Wolland has represented clients in a variety of industries, including financial instruments and regulatory compliance services, health insurance, aerospace, medical devices, industrial machinery, telecommunications, mining, online retail platforms, and publishing.
Mr. Wolland graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown University Law Center. During law school, Mr. Wolland was a Legal Research and Writing Law Fellow as well as a coach for Georgetown's Moot Court Team. Mr. Wolland also participated in Georgetown's yearlong Landlord-Tenant Legal Clinic, where he successfully litigated several cases in DC Court. For each case, Mr. Wolland was personally responsible for factual investigations, motions practice, settlement negotiations, and trial advocacy. For his successes in court, Mr. Wolland received Georgetown's Advocacy Award for excellence in trial litigation, as well as being elected to the Order of the Coif. While in law school, Mr. Wolland worked in the Department of Justice's Civil Division, where he defended against personal injury claims brought against the United States. Mr. Wolland completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Maine where he graduated summa cum laude.
- JD, Georgetown University Law Center, 2014,
magna cum laude
- BA, Political Science and Philosophy, The University of Maine, 2011, summa cum laude
- District of Columbia