Business Counseling

Mr. Zuromski believes that his clients can save money by having an attorney review their contracts before they sign them.  He regularly counsels individuals and small businesses by looking at their legal challenges before they became litigation headaches.  Mr. Zuromski has helped his clients in reviewing commercial contracts, solving insurance coverage issues, understanding complicated real estate matters, and researching employment and environmental law issues.  As a small business owner, Mr. Zuromski understands what it takes to get the job done right the first time in the most cost-efficient manner for each client's specific needs.

Business Litigation

For over a decade, Mr. Zuromski represented corporations and large businesses in consumer fraud and class action litigation.  He favorably resolved matters for his clients pre-litigation and through trial and appeal.  For the past five years, Mr. Zuromski has concentrated on representing small and mid-sized businesses in many sectors including technology, manufacturing, retail, food and beverage, and insurance, and has attained notable victories at every stage of litigation.  Mr. Zuromski has litigated matters involving real estate, trade secrets and restrictive covenants, confidentiality and privacy issues, and class actions in both state and federal courts.  Mr. Zuromski has also represented businesses in defending against lawsuits brought under California's Proposition 65, and has defended companies facing considerable fines due to alleged violations of environmental laws.

Practice Areas

Local Counsel and Special Projects

Mr. Zuromski has acted as local counsel for out-of-state law firms and large law firms without local offices.  Mr. Zuromski can appear as necessary for hearings, depositions and other matters that are most efficiently handled by knowledgeable local counsel, and is available to assist law firms with navigating the differing local rules applicable to the various courts in the San Francisco Bay Area and throughout California.