Prior to joining Pillemer & Pillemer, David worked at a boutique Beverly Hills law firm specializing in business and real estate litigation and transactions. Kroh earned his Juris Doctor from Southwestern University School of Law where he concentrated his studies in Real Property, Land Use and Planning and Business Law.
Kroh joined Pillemer & Pillemer in 2009, where he currently assists in all aspects of civil litigation.
During law school, David was a law clerk for the Los Angeles City Attorney and a civil litigation law firm. Kroh, was a Field Deputy for a Los Angeles City Councilman and an intern for United States Senator Dianne Feinstein in Washington, D. David earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Affairs from Indiana University.
In addition to his legal practice, David often dedicates his time to nonprofit activities, serving as a Board Member of the Young Professionals division of Stand With Us, a national nonprofit organization and as a committee member of the Young Legal Division of the Jewish Federation.
David was admitted to practice law in 2008 in the State of California and the United States District Court, Central District of California.
San Agustín still remains one of the less busy seaside resorts in the south of the island, that has a fame of being quiet busy.
Thanks to being more quiet than the other southern beaches, it is a favourite place especially for the local inhabitants.
The beach is almost 1 km long, of volcanic origin and with a soft sand and shallow entrance into the ocean.
By the coast it is possible to walk from San Agustín to the sand dunes of the neighbouring seaside resort, the largest and the busist one on the island, Playa del Inglés, with a lot of commercial centers and other establishments of the entertainment industry.
San Agustín is equipped with several restaurants, coffee shop, supermarket, information and medical center.
On the beach, there are showers, sun beds with umbrellas and it is possible to rent a pedal boat.
Sand Dunes Maspalomas Walking 3 kilometres by the coast it is possible to reach the great sand dunes, that are undoubtedly one of the most known symbols of the island. In the place where the dunes enter the sea, there is a beach called Playa del Inglés, 6 km long.