Michael Notaro, Esq.
Law Offices of
Michael R. Notaro
2219 Santa Clara Avenue
Alameda, Ca. 94501
Telephone (510) 522-2666
Michael Notaro is a sole practitioner admitted to practice in all Californian state and federal courts, including the Supreme Court of California, the California Courts of Appeals, the Superior Courts of California, and the United States District Courts in Northern California. Mr. Notaro is also admitted to practice in the State of Arizona.
He is a real estate and business attorney with excellent speaking, listening and analytical thinking skills, legal research, problem solving deftness, investigative proficiency, negotiating dexterity and persuasive leadership abilities.
The Law Offices of Michael Notaro advises clients in real estate transactions, landlord/tenant issues, foreclosures, evictions, easements, general civil law, business formation, subrogation agreements, trial/litigation strategy and all aspects of arbitration and mediation.
Prior to opening his practice, Mr. Notaro was President of Phoenix Commercial Realty for 10 years where he was involved in the sale of over 200 Million dollars in commercial property in 193 separate transactions.
A native of Chicago, Illinois, Mr. Notaro is deeply devoted to public service and giving back to the community. He is a member of the Kiwanis Club of Alameda and the Alameda Humane Society. In August of 2005, Michael was elected to the Board of Directors for Toastmasters International by the 220,000 members in 90 countries worldwide. He is also a popular speaker on legal, real property and motivational issues.
Mr. Notaro is a member in good standing of the Alameda County Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the Federalist Legal Society and the Association of Trial Lawyers of America.
U.S. Federal Court, 2006
Golden Gate University School of Law, J. D., 1995
University of California at Berkeley, B. A., 1985
Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, New Hampshire 1981
Toastmasters International Director, 2003-2005
Distinguished Toastmasters Award, 2000
Graduation Speaker, Class of 1985, UC/Berkeley
All-American Swimmer, U.S. Swimming Association