For more than 30 years, Pete Evenson has provided solutions to complex construction issues in the legal, tax and accounting aspects of domestic and international construction and procurement projects in the United States and eight foreign countries and regulatory matters affecting Tier I automotive suppliers. His vast experience both in and outside of law firms makes him ideally positioned to solve unique and difficult problems for his clients.
In addition to his legal practice, Pete has been a member of the faculty of the International Law Institute, chartered by Georgetown University, since 1982. This independent self-governing body is committed to the study of complex international policy problems involving governments and multinational corporations. As part of its mission, the Institute conducts seminars to train officials from over 100 nations to deal effectively with issues in international procurement, finance, management and law. For over thirty-four years, Pete has been a featured speaker at over 70 International Procurement Seminars at the Institute’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. and at locations outside of the United States. He also provided advice related to improved procurement systems to the Government of Indonesia and the implementation of the new procurement law for the Government of Mauritius. Pete has lectured at the Institute on privatization, international joint ventures, contract law and World Bank-financed development projects.
Prior to joining Tuggle Duggins, Pete served as a registered lobbyist through the Washington, DC office of his prior firm with a focus on matters before the United States Senate.
Recent Representative Matters
- Handled numerous construction matters including the drafting of all contract documents related to major plants in Mexico and Brazil and the resolution of construction disputes in the United States, Puerto Rico, North Africa and in the Mideast.
- Advised a major Tier I automotive supplier on regulatory matters affecting the transport and storage of hazardous materials.
Outside of the Office
When not in the office or traveling for his work, Pete can be found studying and lecturing on postal history including U.S. Airmail and mail carried on the airships Graf Zeppelin and Hindenburg.