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Litigation Attorney Dillon Ambrose Appointed to Rank of Captain in the U.S. Navy Reserve

MILWAUKEE – Davis|Kuelthau, s.c. is pleased to announce that Shareholder Dillon Ambrose has been selected for promotion to the rank of Captain in the United States Navy Reserve.  Captain (SEL) Ambrose returned to Davis|Kulethau, in October 2021, after serving two years on active duty as the Assistant Staff Judge Advocate for Reserve Component Command, Navy Region Great Lakes, serving as the counsel to the Commander of Reserve Component Command Great Lakes, as well as to the Commanding Officers of 21 Reserve Centers throughout the Midwest. We are excited to have him back at the firm, where he specializes in business litigation.  Congratulations, Dillon, on a well-earned promotion!

Dillon joined Davis|Kuelthau in 2011 as a litigation associate and was appointed to shareholder in 2014. He represents clients at every level of litigation over contract matters, construction disputes, employment issues, and property claims. In addition, Dillon serves as the firm’s pro bono coordinator, assisting military service members and veterans with legal needs.

Prior to joining the firm, Dillon served for eight years as a Navy JAG officer, where he handled numerous trial level courts-martial (prosecuting and defending) and represented more than 70 convicted Sailors and Marines in appeals before the Navy-Marine Corps of Criminal Appeals, Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, and the United States Supreme Court. Thereafter, he clerked for a federal court judge in Washington D.C.

Dillon earned his B.A. from Marquette University and his J.D. cum laude from Marquette University Law School.

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Davis|Kuelthau, s.c. offers an array of innovative legal solutions to business owners and corporations of all sizes, including emerging, middle-market and Fortune 500 companies, high net worth individuals and families, private and institutional investors, and lenders. The firm’s attorneys, who practice from five offices across Wisconsin, have national experience combined with strong community ties.