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undefinedSuzanne M. Schornack

Senior Associate

California
(949) 477-5050

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Suzanne M. Schornack has been practicing real estate litigation since 2018 and joined Wright, Finlay and Zak in 2022. Ms. Schornack has represented title companies, foreclosure trustees, loan servicers, escrow companies, banks, lending institutions, individual investors, homeowners, landlords, tenants and commercial property owners in a wide variety of real estate related issues including title disputes, transfers, foreclosures, real-estate investments, easements, encumbrances, security agreements, contract disputes, encroachments, eminent domain, nuisance, landlord-tenant law, partition, and homeowners association issues.

Previously, Ms. Schornack practiced securities litigation and regulatory work and has a deep familiarity with state and federal securities and banking laws and regulations. She was admitted to the bar in 2012. Ms. Schornack has guest lectured at UC Hastings, Berkeley Law School, and University of San Francisco. She has also spoken at multiple conferences, symposiums and continuing legal education courses. Ms. Schornack has published articles for organizations including the United Trustee’s Association and the American Bar Association. At UC Hastings, Ms. Schornack was a senior editor for the Hastings Business Law Journal. Ms. Schornack lives in San Francisco and handles litigation matters throughout the state of California.

Education

  • University of California, Berkeley (B.A., Legal Studies, 2007)
  • University of California Hastings College of Law (J.D., 2011)

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