Peter Bloom practices civil litigation with an emphasis on employment law, personal injury, landlord-tenant and unlawful detainer, and construction defect.
Peter Bloom handles all aspects of civil defense litigation, including employment law, tort litigation, and construction defect. Mr. Bloom focuses on strategically resolving his clients’ issues as efficiently as possible, through all stages of the litigation process. Mr. Bloom has represented tech and service industry employers regarding harassment, wage and hour claims, misclassification of independent contractors and retaliation. Mr. Bloom has also represented clients defending claims brought by tenants and government agencies under state law, the San Francisco rent ordinance, and the building and housing codes,
Mr. Bloom attended Gettysburg College, where he earned a bachelor’s degree, magna cum laude, in German and in Globalization Studies. In 2016, he earned his Juris Doctor degree from Northwestern University School of Law. Mr. Bloom served as an Executive Editor of the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology. While in law school he interned with the City of Chicago’s Law Department and was a founding member of his neighborhood association. Mr. Bloom also worked with the Bluhm Legal Clinic, where he represented limited-income investors in disputes with brokers and investment advisers.