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Over 33 years of litigation expertise.
MARK J. ZANOBINI, born in San Francisco, was admitted to the California bar in 1985, the Texas bar in 1991, and the District of Columbia bar in 1993. Mr. Zanobini received his B.A. from UC Berkeley in 1982, and his J.D. degree from the University of San Francisco in 1985.
He has written articles on "A New Courthouse for San Francisco" and Personal Injury issues, including "Discovery in Seat Belt Litigation Cases" and "What You Should Know About Passive Restraint Litigation," and has lectured on "Legal Ethics...Making Your Way Through the Maze of Everyday Practice" and at the U.C. Davis Anesthesiology Conference.
Mr. Zanobini is on the Board of Directors of the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association and is a member of the Bar Association of San Francisco, Alameda County and American Bar Associations, State Bar of California, State Bar of Texas, District of Columbia Bar, Consumer Attorneys of California, and American Association for Justice. He has also served as a Deputy District Attorney in Alameda County.
Areas of Practice
Motor Vehicle Accidents -- Plaintiff
Admiralty & Maritime Law
Personal Injury -- Plaintiff
Premises Liability -- Plaintiff
Products Liability Law
District of Columbia, 1993
U.S. District Court Northern District of
U.S. Federal Courts, 1985
University of San Francisco School of Law,
San Francisco, California, 1985 J.D.
University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley,
California, 1982 B.A. Major: Political Science
College of San Mateo, San Mateo, California,
A New Court House for San Francisco, The
Trial Lawyer (SFTLA), Vol. 14, No. 2, Summer,
Discovery In Seat Belt Litigation Cases, San
Francisco Barrister, (BASF), Vol. 13, No. 12,
What You Should Know About Passive
Restraint Litigation, CAOC 34th Annual
Convention, November, 1995
Past Employment Positions
Rouda, Feder, Tietjen & Zanobini, 1991 - 2009
King, Shapiro, Mittelman & Buchman,
1989 - 1991
Alameda County District Attorney's Office,
Deputy District Attorney, 1985 - 1989
Office of the Attorney California General, 1985
Pro Bono Activities
Glide Memorial Church Legal Aid Clinic,
1995 - 1996
Renata L. Bogomolnaya
Renata L. Bogomolnaya, born in Ukraine, joined the Law Office of Mark J. Zanobini in 2013 where she works on a variety of personal cases involving catastrophic injuries and wrongful death. She was admitted to the California Bar in 2011. Ms. Bogomolnaya obtained her BA degree from UC Berkeley in Psychology and Legal Studies, and her JD from Golden Gate University School of Law in 2009 where she also earned the CALI Award for Excellence in Appellate Advocacy.
Ms. Bogomolnaya has worked as a Researcher in the San Mateo County Superior Court Criminal Division. She also interned with the California Appellate Project in San Francisco, and with the San Francisco Office of the Public Defender. Published articles include "Mandating Social Services for Exonerees in California: Model Legislation and Methods to Implement Services," and "The High Seas: Jurisdiction, Search and Seizure, and Criminal Procedure Practices in the United States."
Ms. Bogomolnaya is fluent in spoken and written Russian, Ukranian and English. She is a member of the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association and Consumer Attorneys of California.
Areas of Practice
Personal Injury - Plaintiff
Premises Liability - Plaintiff
Motor Vehicle Accidents - Plaintiff
Admiralty & Maritime Law
Products Liability Law
Legal Research Department, San Mateo
County Superior Court Redwood City, CA
Short-term Volunteer Attorney
California Appellate Project, San Francisco,
CA Law Extern
Office of the Public Defender San Francisco,
CA Certified Summer Law Intern
Alexander Anolik, PLC San Francisco, CA
Golden Gate University School of Law, San
Francisco, CA Doctor of Jurisprudence, 2009
University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, California, 2004 - BA in Legal Studies and Psychology
Mandating Social Services for Exonerees In California: Model Legislation & Methods To Implement Services. California Commission on the Fair Administration of Justice, December 4, 2007
The High Seas: Jurisdiction, Search and Seizure, and Criminal Procedure Practices of the United States. June 2007
Fluent in spoken and written Russian and
Linda M. Zanobini
Linda M. Zanobini, was born in San Francisco, California, and has been with the Law Office of Mark J. Zanobini since its inception in 2009. She earned her BA degree from Dominican University of San Rafael while working as a full time Legal Assistant. She subsequently went on to the Wright Institute in Berkeley, California, where she earned her Master's and PsyD in Clinical Psychology. She joined the Law Office of Mark J. Zanobini as the office administrator, legal assistant, bookkeeper, staff counselor and occasional psychological assessment consultant for Mr. Zanobini.
While at Dominican, Ms. Zanobini published and essay entitled "SCUBA Diving for the First Time" in The Tuxedo: Dominican University's Literary Magazine. Her undergraduate thesis was "Music and Anxiety: How anxiety levels effect music selection." Her doctoral dissertation was completed in 2009, and was entitled "Reproductive ambiguity: A Levinsonian study."
Ms. Zanobini is a member of the American Psychological Association, California Psychological Association, and the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association.
State of California Department of Rehabilitation - Vocation Rehabilitation & Employment Division, Contra Costa County, 2009 - 2010
CPMC, San Francisco, Department of Psychiatry, Child & Adolescent Outpatient Clinic, San Francisco, 2003 - 2004
West Marin Health & Human Services - marin Community Mental Health, Pt. Reyes, 2001 - 2003
The Wright Institute Clinic, Berkeley, 2000 - 2001
San Leandro Community Counseling, San Leandro, 1999 - 2000
Marin Suicide Prevention and Community Counseling, San Rafael, 1997 - 1999
Rouda Feder Tietjen & Zanobini, San Francisco, 1984 - 1999
Pat Franklin Associates Personnel, San Francisco, 1978 - 1983
Wright Institute, Berkeley, California, June 2009, PsyD in Clinical Psychology
Wright Institute, Berkeley, California, June 2005, MA in Clinical Psychology
Dominican University of San Rafael, San Rafael, California, May 2008, BA in Psychology
Reproductive ambiguity: A Levinsonian study. (2009) ProQuest, LLC, Ann Arbor, MI.
Scuba diving: The first time. (1997) The Tuxedo: Dominican University's Literary Magazine, San Rafael, CA, 35-38.
Hayley Kibrick was born and raised in Mill Valley, California. She began working part-time for the Law Office of Mark J. Zanobini while attending Tamalpais High School in Mill Valley. Upon graduation, Hayley has been attending College of Marin and continues to work at the law office as its file clerk and general office clerk. She is currently pursuing a degree in psychology with the goal of obtaining a Masters in Education and going on to teach.
Tamalpais High School
College of Marin