Peter J. King

Peter’s practice focuses on representing major insurance carriers in complex insurance coverage disputes involving Directors & Officers Liability, Professional Liability, Employment Practices Liability and Commercial General Liability Coverages. Peter also has represented carriers specifically in coverage for religious organizations, colleges, schools and senior living facilities.

Bar Admission and Education:

Admitted to California State Bar, December 1990;

U.C.L.A., School of Law, J.D., May 1990;

U.C. Berkeley, B.A., Cum laude, June 1986;

Published Decisions:

Church Mutual Ins. Co. v. United States Liability Ins. Co., 347 F.Supp.2d 880  (S.D. Cal. 04/26/2004) (regarding Duty to Defend and Breach of Contract   Exclusion Analysis);

Condor Ins. Co. v. Williamsburg National Ins. Co., 49 Cal.App.4th 554 (1996) (regarding Excess/Primary Dispute and Effect of P.U.C. Endorsement);

Parsons v. Crown Disposal Co., 15 Cal.4th 456 (1997) (regarding Primary Assumption of the Risk Doctrine).