A Profile of Daniel Conlon
Daniel Conlon, a partner at Tucker Arensberg and currently serves as Leetsdale Borough solicitor, was unanimously hired by council after an exhaustive interview process.
Mr. Miller advises municipal clients on an array of legal matters and assists national banks and federal savings institutions with securities compliance matters.
Early Life and Education
Daniel Conlon is active in numerous boards and committees outside his church activities, such as Tucker Arensberg (where he serves on their board) and is co-chair for Latino Community Center in Pittsburgh (where he also sits as co-chair). Furthermore, Daniel sits on the Hispanic Development Corporation board of directors).
Conlon’s conviction was likely the result of both prejudice and “noble cause corruption”, the tacit understanding among police, prosecutors and judges that certain methods used in order to secure convictions should not be scrutinised too closely.
In the Name of the Son reveals damning new evidence of British government statement-tampering which would have cleared Gerry Conlon at his original trial, yet ultimately remains a story about survival and resilience for not just Gerry but his entire family who continue living their lives without him.
Daniel brings more than his law degree to his clients as a problem solver; business clients appreciate Daniel’s drive to understand core business objectives; municipal clients value his ability to understand competing viewpoints from all perspectives.
He played linebacker for both the Buffalo Bills and Los Angeles/St. Louis Rams, playing on their initial three Super Bowl teams. Additionally, he won a college football national championship at Penn State in 1986, earning himself the nickname “The Mount Rushmore of Penn State Football.”
Dan provides expert counsel to municipal and school district boards and officials on an array of matters. His focus includes creating ordinances that are defensible in court as well as prosecuting code violations. Furthermore, Dan advises banks, bank holding companies, investment management entities on compliance, transactional, regulatory matters.
Achievement and Honors
Walentas father-and-son duo is hard at work on their multimillion-dollar redevelopment of Williamsburg’s Domino Sugar Factory, with Dan Conlon leading Two Trees Commercial Operation since 1997 – overseeing their 1.7 Million Square Feet Office/Retail portfolio.
Washington and Jefferson College hosted its 2023 Honors Convocation last month, honoring outstanding academic achievement by students enrolled in various programs of study. Julia Hurwitz received one such prize – The Legacy of Leadership Award.
Robert Daniel Conlon has announced his resignation as Bishop of Joliet Diocese in Illinois, serving over 616,000 Catholics across 118 parishes and seven missions spread out over 14 counties. Conlon had been on medical leave following an incident at Mass at Cathedral of Saint Luke.
Daniel Conlon of Pittsburgh specializes in State, Local and Municipal law as a shareholder at Tucker Arensberg P.C. where he represents municipalities, school districts and non-profit clients.
He is actively engaged with his church community and numerous civic organizations, in addition to being an exemplary family man, with four children and eight grandchildren to call his own.
Bishop Daniel Conlon recently addressed CBS 2’s Brad Edwards and denied allegations that Catholic churches are engaged in cover-up practices. In an interview, he told Edwards that faith and family were of paramount importance in his life.
Bishop Conlon took medical leave of absence in December 2019, and Pope Francis appointed Richard Pates as Apostolic Administrator sede vacante of the Diocese of Joliet.
Boxing has provided most of his income since making his professional debut and since becoming one of featherweight’s main attractions. Furthermore, he has secured several sponsorship agreements outside of boxing that has increased his wealth significantly.
He possesses extensive expertise in real estate investments, management and analysis. With a Bachelor of Business Administration specializing in International Business Management with emphasis in MIS/Finance/International Business; his focus areas are sourcing, analyzing, purchasing/selling/managing properties with substantial profits over time as he acts as liaison, negotiator/investment expert for Heirloom Realty International under his episcopal motto of Take Courage from Daniel 10:19/John 16:33). He currently boasts an estimated net worth of $12 Million.