Attorneys

J. Ted Peters

Partner

Ted Peters is a Partner at McAlpine, PC. Licensed to practice law in Michigan, Illinois, and Arizona as well as in Federal Court in Michigan and the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. Mr. Peters specializes in litigating construction, engineering, and architectural disputes and has successfully tried and settled cases involving multi-million dollar industrial, commercial and residential projects.

Mr. Peters began his career as an engineer at Bechtel, the largest construction/engineering company in the world. Early in his career, Mr. Peters became intimately familiar with large-scale construction project management, as well as the inner-workings of construction laws and regulations. Working as a construction engineer gave Mr. Peters the opportunity to manage high-profile construction projects, monitor costs and schedules, and interact with subcontractors. He draws on this experience to understand his clients’ needs and provide unparalleled counsel.

Mr. Peters graduated from the University of Michigan Law School. Before he received his J.D., Mr. Peters attended Notre Dame where he received his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. He also earned his Master of Science in Construction, Engineering and Management from the University of California.

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Bar Admissions

  • Michigan, 1987
  • Illinois, 2007
  • Arizona, 2005
  • U.S. Court of Appeals 6th Circuit

Education

  • The University of Michigan Law School, Ann Arbor, Michigan
    • J.D.
  • University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana
    • B.S.
    • Major: Civil Engineering
  • University of California, Berkley, California
    • MS Construction, Engineering and Management

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McAlpine Attorneys & Counselors

Mark McAlpine

Founding Principal and Managing Partner

Thomas H. Trapnell

Senior Attorney

Ashley L. McAlpine

Associate Attorney

Mark W. Oszust

Associate Attorney

Arthur Dore

Associate Attorney

Lynette McAlpine

Law Clerk

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