Peter is a precise thinker who enjoys the detailed process of analysis and strategizing involved in complex litigation involving commercial and real estate disputes. His goal is to bring clarity and help clients select a winning strategy.
Representing the third generation of Bay Area lawyers in his family, he earned his law degree from the University of California, Davis School of Law. He has practiced both at large, international firms and at his own law office.
Peter’s primary expertise is in matters that have to do with the protection of financial interests for non-institutional lenders, investors, debtors, and real estate developers, such as:
- Fraudulent transfers
- Bankruptcy and judgment enforcement
- Enforcement of agreements like guarantees, workouts, and restructurings
- Abstracts of judgment
- Judicial and non-judicial foreclosures
- Provisional creditor remedies including receiverships and injunction proceedings
- Creditor and debtor obligations
He is also experienced in other areas of complex business and real estate litigation.
Peter’s experience practicing at Heller Ehrman and Jones Day allowed him to work with very large companies on cases involving substantial sums of money. He knows how to stay cool and find creative solutions when the stakes are high.
He also appreciates that the stakes are just as high for a small business and has helped many smaller companies successfully navigate litigation.
- Juris Doctor, UC Davis School of Law
- Bachelor of Arts, University of Colorado, Boulder.