Peter Homer is one of the founding members of Homer Bonner Jacobs, P.A., and is also the managing member. He has a diverse and extensive business law and litigation practice at both the trial and appellate levels, and in various arbitral forums.
Adjunct Professor Homer represents individuals and institutions in business and commercial litigation, securities and commodities litigation, and regulatory enforcement actions. His clients include independent business owners, sole proprietorships, partnerships, franchisees, limited liability companies and corporations, brokerage firms, clearing firms, and brokers and principals of broker/dealer firms.
Adjunct Professor Homer has significant experience representing organizations and individuals who have become subjects of investigations or enforcement proceedings by federal and state governmental agencies, including the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Securities and Exchange Commission, Federal Trade Commission, Federal Communications Commission, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, U.S. Department of Education, Florida Attorney General, as well as other state regulators or industry self-regulatory organizations like the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. His clients include securities broker-dealers, investment advisors, investment companies, hedge funds, publicly-held companies, banks, insurance companies, for-profit schools, accounting firms, commodities firms, futures commission merchants, precious metals dealers, as well as the officers, directors, partners and employees of these companies. Adjunct Professor Homer has aggressively litigated against most governmental agencies on various issues, including temporary restraining orders, preliminary injunctions, and limiting the scope of or overturning orders involving asset freezes.
Adjunct Professor Homer has numerous professional and civic activities and memberships, received many professional recognitions, bar admissions in Florida, Maryland and the Supreme Court of the United States, and several court admissions.
For detailed information on Adjunct Professor Homer’s work, please refer to the attached resume.