Lawyer profile for UK 2021
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Peter is a dual qualified English solicitor and US attorney and has significant knowledge and experience of complex legal, technical and jurisdictional issues arising out of light aircraft, helicopter and airline accidents and advises on commercial aviation matters, with an interest in the commercial use of drones.
Peter has represented families in the majority of large airline disasters around the world. Including EgyptAir Flight MS804 and Malaysia Airlines Flights MH17 and MH370. Peter assists in commercial aviation matters, eg aircraft resale involving proof of sophisticated aircraft systems malfunction.
In addition, Peter assists in commercial aviation matters, eg aircraft resale involving proof of sophisticated aircraft systems malfunction.
Peter joined the aviation department on its inception in 2006. He holds a MSci in Theoretical Physics, an LLM in Advanced Air & Space Law and is qualified as an English solicitor and a US attorney (Illinois).
Member of the Royal Aeronautical Society and the American Bar Association.
Peter regularly lectures at the Leiden Institute of air and space law. He has spoken at international events including the ABA Aviation Forum, the McGill International Aviation Liability & Insurance Conference, and the APIL Accidents Abroad Conference.