Wiggin and Dana Partner, Tim Diemand, Named Connecticut Law Tribune 2017 Distinguished Leader
New Haven - Wiggin and Dana is proud to announce that Tim Diemand, partner in the firm's Litigation Department and member of the firm's Executive Committee, has been named one of the Connecticut Law Tribune's (CLT) 2017 Distinguished Leaders. CLT states that this award is meant to "[recognize] lawyers who achieved impressive results and demonstrated clear leadership skills that helped them achieve those results." Tim is being recognized for his record of achievement representing clients, his continuing bar activities and his pro bono service.
"We are very proud of Tim's accomplishments and we are honored to have him as a leader at the firm. He is definitely deserving of this recognition." says Paul Hughes, Wiggin and Dana Managing Partner.
Last year, Tim successfully defended a global manufacturer in a $125 million dispute stemming from the termination of a Middle East distributor. The victory comes on the heels of several significant wins, including a defense jury verdict after a two-week trial for a financial services company in a complex commercial dispute, and an arbitration victory in which he recovered more than $1 million for a client for breaches related to a procurement agreement. Tim serves as treasurer of the Connecticut Bar Foundation and as the co-chair with Judge Kenneth Shluger of the Connecticut Bar Association's Professionalism Committee.
To read more about Tim, click here to view his full bio.
Wiggin and Dana attorneys attend the CT Legal Awards Dinner on October 2, 2017.
From left to right: Joseph Martini, Jenny Chou, Aaron Bayer, Benjamin Daniels, Jim Glasser, Tim Diemand, Erik Beard, Robyn Gallagher.