Dawn Kurtz Crompton

Dawn Kurtz Crompton focuses her practice on representing businesses, institutions, and individuals involved in litigation, particularly in matters involving corporate and alternative entity governance, and the fiduciary obligations of officers and directors.  Dawn has experience assisting with intellectual property matters in the District of Delaware, as well as with general litigation involving institutions of higher education. 

Prior to becoming an attorney, Dawn worked in marketing and management in the hospitality industry, and during that career, she gained valuable practical insight on the challenges that businesses face.  After law school, Dawn earned a master’s degree in marine policy with a focus on renewable energy development, and also served as a law clerk in the Office of Delaware Governor Jack Markell, where she vetted legislation and assisted with a broad range of policy and administrative matters. 

In addition to her state bar admissions, Dawn is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware.

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