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Frank R. Terschan

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Frank R. Terschan

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University of Wisconsin J.D. Law School N/A
Syracuse University B.A. N/A N/A N/A
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Wisconsin 1976 N/A
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  • Kerkman v. Hintz 1988
  • Jungbluth v. Hometown, Inc. 1996
  • Horringan v. State Farm Ins. Co. 1982
  • Benke v. Mukwonago-Vernon Mut. Ins. Co. 1982

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