About Peter Bloom
Peter Bloom is an experienced business lawyer, providing strategic advice as well as guidance regarding corporate law, contracts, tax, intellectual property protection, financing, succession planning and labor & employment law.
Peter is also a highly skilled business transactional lawyer, having handled mergers and acquisitions, stock and asset purchases, technology transfers, recapitalizations and other corporate reorganizations, venture capital investments, as well as other financial and strategic transactions.
As a result of many years spent working with family businesses, including with his family’s restaurant and bar supply company, Peter is deeply acquainted with the unique dynamics of family businesses. In an effort to promote better outcomes for family businesses, Peter recently co-authored “Seeing the Blind Spot”, a book which provides practical guidance for professionals who work with family businesses.
Peter began practicing business law in 1993. He is a magna cum laude graduate of Duke University, and has law degrees from Georgetown University and the University of Connecticut School of Law. In his personal time, Peter is a devoted follower of the blues, and has served as Secretary and a member of the Board of Directors of the D.C. Blues Society. As a result of his family’s military history, he is also a supporter of the United States Navy Memorial, located in the Penn Quarter neighborhood in Washington, D.C.