With more than 20 years of litigation and trial experience, Peter has defended property owners, managers and security companies in premises liability cases involving catastrophic personal injuries, property damage and business loss. Additionally, he is experienced in the defense of cases involving wrongful death, product liability, lead-based paint exposure and appellate practice in all areas.
Peter has tried many cases throughout New York City as well as Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester and Duchess Counties with a remarkable rate of success including a number of defense verdicts.
•A.M. Best Podcast: Defending Construction Claims Under the New York Labor Law Statutes, December 2018
Year Joined Organization: 2014
The Laborious Task of Litigating NY State Labor Law Claims: A Pre-Trial Defense Perspective
Articles • November 13, 2017
Summary Judgment for Plumbing Contractor in Construction Defect Case.
Apr 11, 2019
We obtained dismissal of the plaintiff’s complaint and all cross claims against our client, a commercial plumbing contractor, on a motion for summary judgment in a construction defect case. ?The case involved claims by a homeowners association...
Plaintiff's Claims Get Shot Down
Jun 8, 2015
Obtained summary judgment in the Supreme Court of Kings County on behalf of a security, protection and investigation company in a case involving claims for negligent premises security as a result of a shooting at a housing project. The plaintiff was...
Security Company Not Liable for Shooting Victim's Injuries
Feb 16, 2015
Obtained a unanimous defense verdict on behalf of a security company after a 14-day trial in the Supreme Court, New York County. The plaintiff alleged that the defendants failed to provide adequate security at a New York City homeless shelter by...
Associations & Memberships
• New York County Trial Lawyers Association
• New York State Bar Association
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