Peter advises clients on complex privacy, cybersecurity, and intellectual property matters.
His clients include leading tech companies, hotels and travel agents, carmakers, financial institutions, investors, and multinational companies. Peter guides his clients through privacy compliance efforts, negotiates corporate transactions in data-heavy tech companies, and leads clients through the response to cybersecurity incidents.
Clients rely not only on Peter's application of law to technology, but also on his application of technology to law. For example, Peter develops custom databases or writes code to solve complex litigation problems, such as tracking a company's remedial efforts mandated by US law, analyzing data on tens of thousands of securities and dozens of litigants in mortgage-backed securities litigation, and mapping payment flows across thousands of transactions in a money-laundering investigation.
Advising Marriott in international regulatory investigations, across over 30 jurisdictions outside the US, following the Starwood data breach, as well as providing ongoing privacy advice;
Representing private equity sponsor Goldfinch Partners in the privacy and security aspects of its acquisition of Vesta, a fintech pioneer in fully guaranteed payment and fraud protection technologies.
Advising an international consumer brands company after the compromise of dozens of email accounts containing personal and corporate information, including notifications to individuals and engagement with US and European regulators.
Representing tech companies and investors in the privacy and security aspects of acquisitions of personal-data-based businesses in the payments and medical research spaces;
Advising a social media company on the development of tools to comply with incoming privacy laws;
Leading the incident response for an airline services company after data breaches involving employee data;
Conducting an internal investigation and leading the incident response for an international charitable organization after a hack and resulting wire fraud, including cooperation with the FBI and Japanese authorities;
Advising a carmaker in cybersecurity and data privacy aspects of AI and autonomous vehicles, connected cars, and vehicle-component databases;
Advising clients on how to respond to law enforcement and litigation requests consistent with privacy laws such as GDPR, Gramm-Leach-Bliley, and HIPAA;
Advising a travel services company in the restructuring of its technology platform supply chain and managing potential disputes with one of its suppliers;
Representing a major US bank in a British regulatory investigation into the international structure of the bank’s transaction databases;
Advising a multinational cybersecurity company after an attack on its business data;
Representing a real-time interpretation technology company in non-compete litigation with a former reseller;
Representing the mobile news platform of a major European media company in intellectual property litigation;
Representing the British subsidiary of a major US bank in a cross-border investigation by French and Belgian regulators; and A private European bank against claims in the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy proceedings in the United States.