Mitch Krems is an associate attorney working in Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara’s Los Angeles office. During Mr. Krems’ college years, he attended Brandeis University where he played varsity tennis. Thereafter, Mr. Krems attended Southwestern School of Law on a merit scholarship where he achieved the highest grade in the class for White Collar Crime and Legal Writing. He also clerked for an animal cruelty prosecution unit and pro bono family law center.
Mr. Krems’ practice at the firm is focused on complex civil litigation, including construction defect, and general liability cases. In his construction defect practice, Mr. Krems contractors of all trades regarding their work on residential and commercial properties. In Mr. Krems’ general liability cases, he defends individuals and all entity types in serious injury cases through all aspects of the case.
Outside of work, Mr. Krems enjoys tennis, hiking, and volunteering with rescue dogs.