Peter Pietraszek“My clients receive expert advice based on comprehensive assessments. My goals are to allow my clients to establish accurate and reasonable expectations; then, with discipline, diligence and persistent advocacy, surpass those expectations.”


Osgoode Hall Law School — LL.M., Dispute Resolution, part-time, 2017-2020 (expected)

Queen's University, Faculty of Law — J.D., 2013.

Queen's University, Bachelor of Arts & Science (Honours) — B.Sc.H. Psychology-Biology Medial, First Class, 2001

Called to the Bar of Ontario, 2014


Law Society of Ontario

Toronto Lawyers Association


During his career, Peter has worked to defend claims for insurers, and has fought for plaintiffs against insurers. This gives him unique insight into the issues facing both sides of the bar, and the benefits both sides can enjoy.

Peter prides himself in thoroughly explaining complex situations, acting quickly and decisively in simpler proceedings, and always communicating legal precedent that speaks to your issues. His expertise is in commercial litigation, occupiers’ liability, and motor vehicle law.

Solving legal problems, through an early settlement, with phone calls, emails, or with a court decision, is what he's best at.

Peter is an academic lawyer. While at Queen’s Law, Peter was awarded the course price in Alternative Dispute Resolution. He’s also studied at the renowned Bader Castle in England, and is currently working part-time on his Masters of Law in Dispute Resolution at Osgoode Hall.

Prior to law school, Peter co-founded an international alternative fuels company, was a mercenary limousine driver during three different Toronto International Film Festivals (which resulted in a few non-disclosure agreements), and he once spent an unforgettable summer as an ice cream truck driver.