Peter J. Biging Profiled in ABA’s The Brief
Peter J. Biging, co-chair of Goldberg Segalla’s Management and Professional Liability practice, was profiled in The Brief, the newsletter of the American Bar Association (ABA) Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section (TIPS), as a member of the publication’s editorial board.
In the article, Peter discusses his practice representing insurance agents and brokers, how he came to be a lawyer, advice to litigators about winning disputes, and being a lifelong fan of the New York Mets. He also talks about his decision to join the ABA early in his career and the opportunities it’s granted him since then.
“I joined the ABA out of law school because I understood it to provide incredibly high-level content relevant to whatever practice specialty I might find myself drawn to, and because of the invaluable networking opportunities afforded to lawyers who become actively involved in the organization,” Peter said. “I have become an increasingly active member of TIPS because I have come to appreciate beyond words the incredibly talented people who have led and continue to lead TIPS—and I have been frankly awed by their generosity and spirit.”
READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE:
“Editorial Board Member: Peter Biging,” The Brief, Summer 2020 (subscription required)
MORE ABOUT GOLDBERG SEGALLA’S PETER J. BIGING:
Peter J. Biging, a partner based in Manhattan, is an accomplished trial and appellate attorney with more than 30 years of experience as a litigator in the state and federal courts of New York. He serves as national co-chair of Goldberg Segalla’s Management and Professional Liability practice and also leads its attorneys based in the firm’s four New York metro area offices. Peter counsels and defends directors and officers against claims alleging fraud, negligence, and breach of fiduciary duties, and a variety of professionals against claims based on alleged errors and omissions (E&O) in the performance of their professional services. He also regularly litigates employment practices liability claims, commercial disputes, and municipal liability claims premised on alleged civil and constitutional violations.