Michelle V. Zyromski practices civil litigation, including business litigation, construction and construction defect litigation, employment litigation, real estate litigation, and landlord-tenant law.
She has successfully defended general contractors and subcontractors in various multi-million dollar complex construction defect matters throughout Northern and Central California. She has also represented individuals and businesses in actions for fraud, breach of contract, property disputes, and unlawful detainer.
Ms. Zyromski graduated from the University of San Diego, B.A. (1994) and from University of Oregon School of Law, J.D. (1997), where she held the position of editor for the Oregon Law Review. Prior to opening her own firm in March of 2006, Ms. Zyromski’s prior legal experience includes Brayton Harley Curtis in Novato (1997-1998), the Law Offices of James A. Thompson in Santa Rosa (1998-1999), Beyers Costin & Case in Santa Rosa (1999-2000), and Lanahan & Reilley LLP in Santa Rosa (2000-2006).
Ms. Zyromski is a member of the State Bar of California, the Sonoma County Bar Association and its Bench Bar Section, Sonoma County Women in Law, and a former member of the Richard M. Sangster American Inn of Court and Giant Steps Therapeutic Equestrian Center (2002-2011). She currently sits on the Board of Directors of California Transplant Donor Network and The Living Room, and is a member of the Santa Rosa K-9 Foundation.
At Zyromski Konicek LLP, her non-profit housing clients include Burbank Housing Management Corporation (throughout Sonoma County), Committee on the Shelterless (Petaluma), Petaluma Avenue Homes (Sebastopol), and PEP Housing (Petaluma).