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Peter G. Irot

Partner
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Faye Vucich540.983.9342
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Heather Beyer540.983.9328
Amy Renick540.983.9415
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Peter Irot is a Partner in Gentry Locke’s Insurance practice group, and has wide-ranging experience in handling personal injury, workers’ compensation, and commercial litigation matters. He represents both defendants and plaintiffs across Virginia and has handled cases involving negligence, tortious interference with business relations, fraud, contract disputes, liens, defamation, false imprisonment, and cybersquatting. Pete is licensed in both Texas and Virginia, and worked as a commercial litigator in Texas before moving to Roanoke.

  • States licensed to practice law
  • Administrative law claims handled
  • Years as an amateur comedian
  • If you weren't practicing law, what do you think you might be doing?

    I would become more involved in organizations that aim to better educate children. But eventually, I would wind up on a beach.

  • People would be surprised to know...

    I am a native Texan. I was raised in Austin but moved to Virginia to follow my wife.

  • Where have some of your favorite travels been?

    My wife and I love Paris, Yellowstone, Napa, and Sonoma. In the future I want to visit Northern Ireland, where I still have family.

Education

  • The University of Texas School of Law, J.D. with honors, 2007
  • Rice University, B.A. 2000

Experience

  • Obtained court order for plaintiff/appellee for award of attorneys’ fees for post-verdict and appellate work in cybersquatting and trademark infringement suit where final judgment was for over $1,000,000
  • Achieved favorable settlement for defendant resort and restaurant in breach of contract and copyright infringement suit
  • Represented general contractor in obtaining a mechanic’s and materialman’s lien for which client collected over $300,000
  • Obtained and collected on international arbitration award for American electronics company against Australian firm in breach of contract dispute
  • Obtained temporary restraining order against foreign consulate in landlord-tenant dispute
  • Represented restoration services company in contract dispute resulting in collecting over $450,000 for client in connection with restoring building damaged by Hurricane Ike
  • Successfully defended against plaintiff’s multiple requests for temporary restraining order in breach of contract and deceptive trade practices case
  • Collected on out-of-state judgment by garnishing bank accounts, obtaining charging order against limited liability company, and obtaining a temporary restraining order against defendant

Affiliations

  • Recipient, Leadership Rice Mentorship (1999)
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