Sandra J. Vivonia
Senior Of Counsel
Ms. Vivonia has been an attorney for over two decades with extensive experience in complex litigation including matters related to business disputes, intellectual property (including trademark and patent litigation and domestic and international filings), real property, landlord-tenant disputes, construction defect, bankruptcy, employment, and personal injury. Sandra is an aggressive advocate for her clients while striving to achieve her clients’ goals effectively, but efficiently.
Ms. Vivonia received her Juris Doctorate degree from California Western School of Law in 1994 where she was on the Dean’s Honors List. While also practicing law, she attended the University of San Diego where she received a Masters of Law in Taxation in 1996. Ms. Vivonia received a Bachelor of Arts in Comparative Culture in 1991 from the University of California, Irvine.
Ms. Vivonia has provided pro bono legal services to clients of Orange County’s Public Law Center and pro bono tax preparation services to low-income and elderly clients. She also has provided volunteer services at the Orange County High School of the Arts, where her children attended school, and at local community events.
Complex Litigation Involving Intellectual Property, Landlord/Tenant, Construction Defect, Bankruptcy, Employment, and Personal Injury
University of San Diego (LL.M. in Taxation 1996);
California Western School of Law (J.D. 1994; Deans Honors List);
University of California, Irvine (B.A., Comparative Culture 1991)
Admitted to Practice
State Bar of California;
Federal Courts for the Central and Southern Districts of California;
Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals;
Pro Hac Vice admissions in Illinois and Utah Federal Courts