Peter S. Sanders

Biography

Peter manages the litigation practice group which litigates before New York, Florida and California’s state and federal trial and appellate courts.

The practice handles a wide range of litigation including commercial contracts and claims, corporate governance, shareholder rights, not-for-profit and religious organization controversies including ecclesiastical first amendment constitutional issues and their justiciability and interplay with secular courts, real property disputes of all sorts including commercial and complex residential leasing and other landlord-tenant matters, trust and estate litigation, labor and employment disputes, and select criminal defense matters.

Peter prides himself in having established a reputation as a fierce advocate for his clients who knows how to leverage his litigation skills to achieve a successful resolution, whether it be through trial or a pragmatic settlement. He has personally tried several dozen cases and settled well over a thousand in his nearly 30 years of practice.

Peter is a past four-term Vice President of the Kings County Housing Court Bar Association and continues to serve on their Appellate and By-Laws Committees. He has lectured on various real estate litigation topics to judges and attorneys alike, at bar association continuing education forums and judicial seminars through the New York City courts. He has several published decisions and articles in the New York Law Journal and other professional periodicals and New York City newspapers which showcase his successes.

Education
  • J.D. Quinnipiac University School of Law
  • B.A. SUNY Buffalo
  • Stuyvesant H.S.
Peter S. Sanders

Publications & Presentations

  • October 29, 2019: Peter presented on a CLE panel at the Brooklyn Bar Association on the new Tenant Protection Act of 2019 that became effective as of June 14th.
  • April 19, 2019: Peter presented a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) program at the New York Women’s Bar Association, where he addressed “RPAPL 745.2: Pendente Lite Rent Deposits in Summary Eviction Proceedings.