Alternative Dispute Resolution Services
Terry F. Peppard is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin, and practices as an arbitrator and mediator from offices in Madison, Wisconsin USA. Mr. Peppard has practiced business and regulatory law since 1973. As an arbitrator and mediator, he concentrates in complex business and financial cases.
Mr. Peppard served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Section of Alternative Dispute Resolution of the State Bar of Wisconsin from 2000 - 2006. In 2002-03, he chaired that Section.
Arbitration and Mediation of Business Disputes: A Wisconsin Practitioner's Guide
"In this new and important book, Terry Peppard draws upon his impressive service and practice in the ADR field and his experience as past Chair of the State Bar's ADR Section to collect in one place both policy and practice in what surely will become the essential 'desk book' for all Wisconsin arbitrators, mediators, and for the attorneys who work with both."
John R. Dawson
*Revised for 2010
ADR LEADERSHIP: Comments of a Past Chair of the Section of Alternative Dispute Resolution of the State Bar of Wisconsin
"In the year that Terry has led the section as chair, he has elevated the presence and prestige of the ADR Section to a level of prominence.... Through Terry’s tireless efforts and energetic personality the section has undertaken numerous initiatives and participated in an extensive list of Bar activities...
On the committees that I have been fortunate enough to serve with Terry, I have watched him masterfully facilitate discussions and generate impasse-breaking alternatives. To my continuing amazement, Terry does this with both ease and grace.
Terry has set a new standard of excellence in the position of ADR chair. I wish to take this opportunity to personally thank him for all the help he provided for me and for the job he has done for the section. I know that every ADR Section member joins me in acknowledging a job extremely well done."
Legal Writing Award
Mr. Peppard is co-winner of the Hon. Charles Dunn Author Award, presented in May 2009, for an article published in the Wisconsin Lawyer, entitled "Mediating Complex Construction Cases" (Vol. 81, No. 6, June 2008). In announcing the award, the Communications Committee of the State Bar of Wisconsin noted: "This article took what can be a very complex issue and addressed and organized all of the various facets of construction disputes in a very easy-to-read, understandable way."