Peter R. Ryndak concentrates his practice on complex commercial disputes and liability insurance coverage litigation. Mr. Ryndak has represented a variety of corporations and successfully handled litigation involving a wide range of issues, including contract disputes, patent litigation, intellectual property claims, and Qui Tam matters.
Mr. Ryndak has also successfully litigated insurance coverage matters in the areas of cyber/technology liability, commercial liability, construction defect, toxic-tort, advertising injury, professional liability and environmental claims. He has authored numerous articles on insurance coverage and frequently counsels clients in the drafting and interpretation of new policy forms.
Mr. Ryndak is a member of ALFA’s Business Litigation Steering Committee, the Chicago Bar Association, the DuPage County Bar Association, the Illinois State Bar Association, the American Bar Association and the Illinois Association of Defense Trial Counsel.
He earned his undergraduate degree from Northwestern University, and his J.D. from Loyola University Law School.
Panelist, "Laying the Foundation - Early Actions to Increase Successful Dispute Resolution." ALFA International Business Litigation Practice Group Seminar, Sept. 2019
"The Problem of Additional Insureds & Targeted Tenders," presentation, Insurance Coverage Symposium, 2002
"Rapid Response to Data Breach Required to Avoid Liability", Client Advisory, November 2015
"The Sword & the Shield: Defending the Carrier from Discovery in Coverage Actions," Illinois Association of Defense Trial Counsel Quarterly, Vol. 15, No. 3