Bar & Court Admissions
- State Bar of California
- U.S. District Court for the Central District of California
UCLA School of Law, J.D.
Stanford University, B.A.
Jesse S. Krompier
Jesse Krompier is an associate in M&R’s Los Angeles office and a member of the firm’s Commercial & Business Litigation Department. He litigates on behalf of a range of clients, particularly those in the Advertising & Digital Media, Internet, Software & Technology and Real Estate industries.
Whether conducting legal research or drafting pleadings, discovery, motions or briefs, Jesse takes a results-oriented approach to all of his cases, many of which pertain to breach of contract, insurance liability, the purchase and sale of real property, and commercial lease transactions. Jesse honed his familiarity with the courtroom and comprehensive understanding of civil procedure as a judicial extern for the Honorable Dolly M. Gee in the U.S. District Court, Central District of California.
Jesse earned his J.D. from UCLA School of Law, where he was a Dean’s Merit Scholarship recipient and served as Submissions Editor of the Entertainment Law Review. He was also a Moot Court Honors Program Award recipient and represented UCLA at the 2016 Irving R. Kaufman Memorial Securities Law Moot Court Competition at Fordham School of Law in New York. Jesse’s article, “Safety First: The Case for Mandatory Data Sharing as a Federal Safety Standard for Self-Driving Cars,” was published in the University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology and Policy in 2017. As an undergraduate, Jesse attended Stanford University (B.A. in Film & Media Studies), and was a member of the varsity swim team.
Jesse was a Commercial and Real Estate Litigation intern for the New York City Law Department. In that capacity, he drafted and successfully argued a motion to dismiss a breach of contract action arising from the cancellation of a concert at a NYC community college. Before that, he was affiliated with the Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Office as a Prosecutor Academy Student.
- Safety First: The Case for Mandatory Data Sharing as a Federal Safety Standard for Self-Driving CarsUniversity of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology & Policy, Fall 2017