Peter is a shareholder in Anderson Kill's New York office. Peter's practice concentrates in commercial litigation and insurance recovery, exclusively on behalf of policyholders. He has arbitrated, litigated, and mediated claims involving a broad range of insurance policies and recovered hundreds of millions of dollars in insurance proceeds for policyholders. Peter acts as counsel for U.S. and foreign companies in domestic and international arbitrations, including both ad hoc (ARIAS, Bermuda Form, London) as well as institutional (AAA, ICC, ICDR, JAMS, LCIA) arbitration forums. He is also accepting appointments as Arbitrator and is a Member of the AAA National Roster of Arbitrators.
Peter's insurance coverage practice includes advising companies on pre-litigation insurance matters with a focus on recovery strategies in relation to class action lawsuits, cyber breaches, natural disasters, professional liability disputes, and regulatory investigations. In connection with that work, he drafts coverage analyses and correspondence, and advises clients regarding insurance coverage under various policies including Boiler & Machinery, Builder's Risk, Commercial Crime, Cyber, Directors & Officers (D&O), Employment Practices Liability (EPLI), Errors & Omissions (E&O), Fidelity, General Liability (GL), Kidnap & Ransom (KKR), Media Liability, Pollution Legal Liability (PLL/EIL), Products Liability, Property, Technology E&O, Trade Credit, and Workers' Compensation.
He is Deputy Co-Chair of the Cyber Insurance Recovery Practice Group and a Faculty Member of the Global Cyber Institute.
Anderson Kill PC is a full-service corporate law firm best known for its work in insurance recovery. The firm represents policyholders only in insurance coverage disputes, and its freedom from ties to the insurance industry gives it a competitive advantage in defending the rights of policyholders. Anderson Kill's practice areas work closely together, and the firm's expertise in insurance recovery lends an added dimension to the work of many of its other practices. The Wall Street Journal has described Anderson Kill as combining "corporate polish with the pugnacity of a plaintiff's firm."