Julia Kropp is an associate in Farella Braun + Martel’s Business Litigation and Intellectual Property Litigation Practice Groups.
She regularly represents public and private corporations in litigation as both defense and plaintiff’s counsel. Ms. Kropp’s recent experience has been in drafting and responding to motions to dismiss and motions for removal, efficient management of discovery processes, and preparing for and taking depositions. Her practice is focused in the technology markets, and specifically in representing companies in the hardware, software, semiconductor and solar sectors of the economy. Ms. Kropp has also assisted in both arbitrations and settlement conferences.
Ms. Kropp maintains an active pro bono practice, where most recently she secured a settlement for a client in probate litigation and is litigating under the Federal Tort Claims Act. Prior to joining Farella, Ms. Kropp served as a clerk for Magistrate Judge Evelyn Furse in the District Court for Utah. She also served as a legal intern for the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI).
Ms. Kropp is a Board member and the secretary of Leap, Arts in Education – a non-profit organization that provides arts education in local public schools.