Attorney Thomas Kevin Konicek is a civil litigator in Santa Rosa whose practice emphasizes business litigation, construction law, intellectual property, and landlord-tenant law. Out of a variety of experiences in the legal field, some of those more notable experiences include:
♣ Litigated copyright infringement suit based on theft of computer source code to multi-million dollar settlement.
♣ Procured permanent injunction and settlement against Time Warner, Inc. and international advertising agency for misappropriation of the likeness of astronaut Buzz Aldrin.
♣ Successfully obtained full indemnification for client accused by the Coca-Cola Company of counterfeiting soft drinks.
♣ Represented the Sonoma Marin Fair before the United States Patent and Trademark Office for trademark registration of the World’s Ugliest Dog Contest.
Over his 28-year career, Mr. Konicek has practiced with Clapp Moroney Bellagamba Davis & Vucinich (Palo Alto, 1984-1987), in private practice (Los Angeles, 1988-1997), and with Lanahan & Reilley, LLP (Santa Rosa, 1997-2006). He is a member of both the State Bar of California and the Sonoma County Bar Association and its Bench-Bar Section. At Zyromski Konicek LLP, his non-profit housing clients include Burbank Housing Management Corporation, Committee on the Shelterless (Petaluma), Petaluma Avenue Homes (Sebastopol), and PEP Housing (Petaluma). An active member of the community, Mr. Konicek is also a current member of the Board of Directors of Social Advocates for Youth and the Santa Rosa K-9 Foundation. He has presented on numerous occasions to members of the North Coast Rental Housing Association. Mr. Konicek served as past President of the Sonoma County Museum Board of Trustees, and was active with the Sonoma County Repertory Theater for seven years. He has also supported many causes in the local community, including the Santa Rosa Symphony, Catholic Charities, and Memorial Hospital.
Mr. Konicek is a fourth-generation resident of Sonoma County, and a graduate of Cardinal Newman High School; his education includes a bachelor’s degree from Stanford University in International Relations, a law degree from Loyola Law School specializing in Corporate and Tax Law, and graduate studies in film at University of California, Los Angeles.