Peter S. Vogel

Chair, Internet, eCommerce and Technology
Partner, Litigation
Dallas
3000 Thanksgiving Tower
1601 Elm Street
Dallas, Texas 75201
t 214.999.4422 f 214.999.3422
pvogel@gardere.com

Peter Vogel is renowned as both a trial and transactional lawyer who deeply understands technology, science and intellectual property – and the opportunities and problems they pose for clients. Governments and administrative agencies, major corporations and emerging businesses rely on Peter to get right to the heart of an information technology or e-discovery dispute – he knows what to expect and how it will play out in the courtroom. This eliminates unproductive rabbit trails and reduces the cost of litigation for all parties. When negotiating agreements for IT implementation projects for ERP or development projects for healthcare and other companies, his knowledge of technology enables his clients and their vendors to reach consensus faster.

CEOs and other C-suite executives consult with Peter on the confluence of technology, business and law. He advises on cyber security and identity protection, international privacy laws and global technology disputes, combining complex enterprise systems after a merger or acquisition, and counsels with clients when they are upgrading IT platforms. In every instance, his technical experience and background, and understanding of relationship dynamics streamline the pathway to the right answer and best approach or solution.

Peter is often appointed a Special Master representing the court in IT and eDiscovery disputes. In addition, he is a seasoned arbitrator with the American Arbitration Association, a court-ordered mediator in eDiscovery and ESI, Internet, eCommerce, intellectual property and IT litigation, and has represented numerous states, counties and municipal governments inside Texas and throughout the U.S.

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