Peter Moraitis is a graduate of McGill University’s Faculty of Law transsystemic approach and holds bachelor degrees in both Common Law (LL.B.) and Civil Law (B.C.L.). His practice encompasses all aspects of civil litigation and focuses mainly on insurance and both general and professional liability matters. As such, he frequently represents insurers and their policyholders in the context of major claims, acting in both subrogation and defense, and having acquired considerable expertise in fraudulent claims. Combining his passions for sport and law, he has developed extensive experience in sports law, particularly in the representation of sports federations and their administrators.
Before joining our team in 2014, Peter served as legal counsel to a provincial sports federation where he advised senior management specifically on areas of civil and commercial litigation, contract law, administrative law and the protection of personal information. After completing his articling in 2010, Peter practiced with a prominent provincial Crown corporation focusing primarily on civil litigation, where he regularly appeared before various Quebec courts in areas of civil liability, special proceedings, securities and energy theft.
Outside the office, Peter is an avid athlete. In addition to having worked with the World Anti-Doping Agency during an internship focusing mainly on Code compliance and harmonization, he holds a Hockey Canada Level VI referee certification and actively refereed for several seasons in the Quebec Junior Major Hockey League, the highest caliber of hockey in the province before the National Hockey League.
Strongly involved in the legal and sporting communities, Peter sits on the Quebec Bar’s Professional Training Committee and the Montreal Bar’s Contests Committee, in addition to chairing Hockey Québec’s Provincial Officiating Committee and teaching civil procedure at the Quebec Bar School.