Peter advises clients on how best to retain, secure, preserve, and dispose of information. For nearly two decades he has helped companies throughout the United States create, validate, and update retention schedules; implement compliant information management policies and processes; and defensibly dispose of data. Peter also counsels clients on data security compliance and breach response readiness, and he works with clients to manage data breach response. Peter founded his prior firm’s Information Governance practice group, and he later served as a core contributor to The Sedona Conference Commentary on Information Governance (2013) and authored The Compliance Case for Information Governance, Richmond Journal of Law & Technology (2014). He has presented at national conferences and seminars for ARMA International; The Sedona Conference; The Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE); the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC); the Compliance, Governance, and Oversight Council (CGOC); the Managing Electronic Records Conference (MER); the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA); and the Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals (SCSGP).