Wolf, Block, Schorr and Solis-Cohen has opened a Boston office to be run by Robert Crowe, finance chairman of the Democratic National Committee last year during Sen. John Kerry’s bid for president.

Wolf Block Chairman Mark Alderman, himself Kerry’s top fund-raiser in Pennsylvania, said although it starts with only Crowe, the Boston office will have as many as 20 lawyers on board in the next month or two and that the opening of a Washington, D.C., law office is not too far in the offing.

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