Peter L. Weber

Peter Weber

88 Kearny Street
10th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94108

Phone: 415.788.1900
Fax: 415.393.8087


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Primary Practice Areas

Civil Litigation

Employment Law

Intellectual Property

Personal Injury

Professional Liability

Admissions

  • All Courts in the State of California
  • United States District Courts

Education

  • J.D., Thomas Jefferson School of Law; San Diego CA
  • B.A., Temple University; Philadelphia PA

Peter L. Weber

Director

Mr. Weber handles all aspects of civil litigation, with a particular emphasis in the area of professional liability defense. Mr. Weber's clients range from lawyers, directors and officers, insurance brokers, architects and design professionals to small businesses. In additional to representing professionals, Mr. Weber maintains an active practice in intellectual property matters and personal injury defense. Mr. Weber has participated in jury and bench trials and has appeared before various courts of appeal.

Additionally, Mr. Weber has been selected as a Northern California Super Lawyer every year since 2013.

Professional and Community Contributions

Member of the Ethics Committee of the Bar Association of San Francisco. Member of the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance and was a panel speaker on How To Avoid Ethical Pitfalls When Doing Pro Bono Work before the Barrister's section of the San Francisco Bar Association.

Selected Publications

  • Patent reform: Death knell for litigation?, Co-Published with Allen Kuo, The Recorder, July 9, 2012

Selected Presentations

  • Potential Medi-Cal Pitfalls in Estate Practice and How to Avoid Them, Bar Association of San Francisco, co-presented with Peter L. Weber, December 2014
  • Ethical Advice for Solo Practitioners & Doing Pro Bono Work, Co-Presented with Nicholas Larson and Adam Koss, San Francisco Bar Association, May 2013
  • Co-presenter of a lecture on ethics before the San Francisco Bar Association; and co-speaker of Got Ethics before the Marin County Bar Association
  • How to Avoid Ethical Pitfalls When Doing Pro Bono Work, San Francisco Bar Association

Published Appellate Decisions

  • Ringcentral, Inc. v. Quimby, 711 F.Supp.2d 1048, United States District Court, Northern District, April 8, 2010 — Copyright, trademark and service mark enforcement, patent infringement.

Pro Hac Vice

  • State of Oregon

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