Peter Dee is an accomplished litigator with years of experience in commercial litigation and arbitration. Mr. Dee’s clients ranging from large international trading organizations to local businesses and individuals in both state and federal courts at the trial and appellate levels.
Examples of Mr. Dee’s experience, representative matters and clients include the following:
- All aspects of maritime litigation, including cargo damage, charter party disputes, and casualties;
- Insurance litigation, including subrogation and wrongful denial of coverage;
- Employment litigation, including claims involving discrimination, wrongful termination, and non-compete and non-solicit agreements;
- Condominium litigation, including representation of a group of over fifty purchasers of luxury condominium units asserting claims for construction defects;
- Intellectual property disputes on behalf of creators against major corporations;
- Family members injured by civil rights violations in relation to wrongful imprisonment of over twenty years;
- Film production companies for property damage and business disputes;
- Partnership disputes involving allegations of breaches of fiduciary duties;
- Major contract disputes between parties of service and supply agreements;
- Judgment enforcement and pre and post judgment provisional remedies;
- Commercial and residential lease disputes; and
- Over forty former students against a flight school, a major airline and banks for claims involving fraud and breach of contract.
Prior to joining MLG, Mr. Dee was a founding partner of Mavronicolas & Dee LLP. Prior to that, he worked for a boutique international and maritime law firm, where he concentrated on commercial and maritime litigation, arbitration, and appellate practice.
Mr. Dee graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Supply Chain Management, with Honors, and received his Juris Doctorate degree from Tulane University Law School with a focus on Admiralty and Maritime Law. While in law school, he was a managing editor of the Tulane Maritime Law Journal.
Mr. Dee is conversant in Spanish.