SUZANNE BABB – Partner

Tel:  707.547.2000, ext. 3209
Fax: 707.526.2746
Email:  sbabb@beyerscostin.com

Assistant:   Sarah Hernandez  
Tel:  707.547.2000 ext. 3216
Email:  shernandez@beyerscostin.com


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“Suzanne inspires trust and confidence. She deals with every complicated aspect of the litigation process, every curveball, every challenge, with the calm authoritativeness that comes from knowledge, preparation, and a strategic mind. Suzanne debunks the lawyer stereotype; she is honest, passionate, witty, forthcoming, and she takes the time to explain and engage. We really like Suzanne, and we were able to completely rely on her stellar legal skills and judgment.”

– Catherine and Joe Bartolomei, owners of the renowned Farmhouse Inn in Forestville and members of the Forestville Square Partnership

Suzanne Babb is a litigation partner with the firm. She specializes in business, real estate and probate litigation including consumer protection cases against large lending institutions and insurance companies. Suzanne represents businesses and entities of all sizes, as well as individuals and fiduciaries. 

Suzanne is the President of the Sonoma County Bar Association.  She is President of the Richard M. Sangster Inn of Court.  She serves on the Board of Directors of CoolCap Fund which provides financed equipment to smallholder farmers in rural Africa. 

Suzanne worked in southeast Asia prior to law school.  She grew up in Afghanistan, Jordan, Lebanon, Washington, D.C. and the Philippines.

Practice Areas

  • Litigation

  • Real Estate and Business

  • Consumer Protection

Education

  • Hastings College of the Law, University of California (J.D., 2003)

  • Senior Executive Editor, Hastings Law Journal

  • American University (B.A., Print Journalism and Spanish, 1993)

Publications

  • Fear and Loathing in America: Application of Treason Law in Times of National Crisis and the Case of John Walker Lindh, 53 Hastings Law Journal (2003)

  • New Mortgage Lending Laws: What We All Need to Know, North Bay Business Journal (August 22, 2011)