Terwilliger, Wakeen, Piehler & Conway was established in 1873 and has provided our clients with the highest level of legal expertise and professionalism for over 140 years.
We are a boutique litigation law firm that specializes in insurance defense and practices throughout the State of Wisconsin.
Our attorneys pride themselves on being cost-effective, efficient, and always providing the best possible legal service to the client.The Terwilliger firm’s long history—spanning more than 140 years—and extensive experience with the full spectrum of insurance defense litigation, including the most complex and sophisticated matters, is the foundation of how we represent our clients.He was appointed to the position after serving as the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont. After admission to the bar, from 1978 to 1981, Terwilliger served as Assistant U. On policy matters, he was a principal in the highest councils of government charged with addressing the broad array of legal policy issues arising in the executive branch. In March 2017, Terwilliger and his colleagues publicized the involvement of a former Schock staffer who acted as a confidential informant in the case after the indictment.In addition, he currently serves on the Advisory Board of Intellaine, LLP, Terwilliger was born June 5, 1950, in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Our attorneys know the importance of digging into the details of a loss right away to determine the cause and extent of the damages.
By working closely with in-house legal counsel and claims handlers, we employ litigation strategies to effectively and efficiently obtain favorable resolution and closure for our clients.
Attorney for Vermont (1986-1990) and later Deputy U. one of the things that I found very bothersome about Iran-Contra was that some of the prosecutions for false statements involved false statements that were made in unrecorded interviews with investigators, not in sworn testimony under oath ...."But the bottom line is that whether or not there was a violation of law, substantively it was problematic.
Supposedly he and Lowell Jensen (now a federal district judge) acted to suppress or manipulate Iran-Contra prosecutions in sensitive jurisdictions, particularly in Miami, to ensure that no government connection would be mentioned."...
In addition, we offer residential, commercial and construction loans, mortgages, home equity loans and small business loans.
Our suite of business banking services includes cash management products, deposit accounts and feature-rich online services.
Terwilliger III (born June 5, 1950) is an American lawyer and politician. As Deputy Attorney General, Terwilliger became the second-highest-ranking official in the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) and ran the day-to-day operations of the Department, serving in that position from 1991 through 1993. Married, Terwilliger has three children, and resides in Oakton, Virginia. Donatelli, former Ronald Reagan White House political director and secretary and treasurer of the Young America's Foundation, In October 10, 2007, news outlets reported that Gonzales hired Terwilliger "to represent him in investigations of mismanagement" of the U. Terwilliger was also in charge of all Justice Department operations, including crisis response, such as the 1992 Los Angeles riots. Congressman Aaron Schock, indicted in 2016 after resigning from his legislative position.