My name is Jeff Stoltz. I chose to open my firm because I love the strategy and collaborative planning that business law entails, and wanted to participate more directly in that process with my clients. I enjoy being the consigliere – the trusted advisor behind the business owner.
Prior to starting my solo practice, I worked at FINRA, the nation’s largest independent securities regulator. My job was to protect investors by investigating brokerage firms and brokers for violations of the federal securities laws and regulations.
I worked closely with firm customers to understand their investments and circumstances, identify concerns or problems with their brokers, and fashion remedies to address those difficulties. I bring this same hands-on problem solving approach to my private practice.
I’ve served as a judicial law clerk at the District of Columbia Superior Court, worked in private practice at a small DC-area firm, and obtained my Master of Laws degree with a concentration in securities law. Originally from Fort Collins, Colorado, I have called the Washington DC metro area home since 2004.
While I enjoy my job, I also have a life outside of work, which includes playing golf, running, and reading, especially biographies of military and business leaders. Fall Saturday afternoons are usually devoted to watching Notre Dame on the football field (go Irish). Most importantly, I love to spend time with my beautiful wife and two-year old son.
Catholic University Columbus School of Law, LL.M., Securities Law