Peter I. Dysart
Posts by Peter I. Dysart
Primmer Attorneys Named 'Best' in America for Forty Consecutive Years
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Primmer Piper Eggleston & Cramer Named as Best Place to Work 2023
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Update: FinCEN Issues Final Rule Implementing the Corporate Transparency Act
Earlier this year we posted about the reporting…
Peter is a member of the firm’s corporate, captive insurance, and financial services practice groups. He assists companies in the formation and ongoing representation of captives and other risk financing vehicles and advises captives with respect to corporate and regulatory compliance matters. Peter also represents banks and financial institutions in corporate and regulatory matters as well as contract and governance issues. Peter has experience with mergers and acquisitions, conversions, dissolutions, and other major corporate transactions in both the insurance and banking spaces.
Prior to his work at Primmer, Peter was an insurance-coverage litigator where he gained invaluable experience with commercial and professional coverages. He also served as a law clerk to the Honorable Peter W. Hall of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit prior to private practice. He is admitted to practice in Vermont and the District of Columbia.
- Vermont Law School, magna cum laude
- University of Vermont
- Vermont Bar Association
- Chittenden County Bar Association
Admitted to Practice
- Vermont Bar
- United States District Court for the District of Vermont
- United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
- Washington D.C.
Pro Bono & Volunteer Work
- Member, Board of Directors, Burlington Business Association, 2023
- Member, Vermont Captive Insurance Emerging Leaders (VCIEL), 2023
- "Newcomers Guide to the Captive Industry", Panelist, VCIA Annual Conference, August 2023
Publications / Presentations
- The Nonadmitted and Reinsurance Reform Act and its Unintended Consequences on the Vermont Captive Insurance Industry: Violating Due Process and Holding Premium Taxes “Captive,” 38 Vt. L. Rev. 775 (2014).