What makes a Lawpreneur? Peter N. Brewer, of the Law Offices of Peter N. Brewer, Palo Alto, California, discusses his experiences evolving from employed associate to his own solo practice, and the growth of his office to its present five-attorney firm. The firm’s registered tagline is: Real Estate Law – From the Ground Up. Peter has been a lawyer for over 33 years, and is also licensed by the California Department of Real Estate as a real estate broker. The firm serves the legal needs of homeowners, purchasers and sellers, real estate and mortgage brokers, agents, brokerages, title companies, investors, other real estate professionals and their clients.
Law Offices of Peter N. Brewer, Palo Alto, California, discusses his experiences evolving from employed associate to his own solo practice, and the growth of his office to its present five-attorney firm. The firm’s registered tagline is: Real Estate Law – From the Ground Up.
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Fail fast to succeed faster
- Prior to law school, Peter was foreman of a jury. During lunch, he went to the law library to research the case! The judge kicked him off the case. Peter learned he wasn’t cut out to be a juror, but he could be a Lawpreneur.
Tell us something good
- Peter takes pride in representing prestigious clients – particularly when they are referred by a judge.
- Peter purchased his Palo Alto office building in 2010.
What’s on your desk?
- Peter does real estate law in all capacities.
- In this super heated market, deposit disputes occur frequently.
- Most recently, Peter had a premises liability case in which he represented a bar in a bar room brawl.
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