Jonathan Kintzele is a litigator with a focus on entertainment and media, sports, and technology.

Mr. Kintzele has developed extensive experience in all stages of litigation from pre-filing through trial and appeal, and in both federal and state court, representing global brands and blue chip companies in an array of complex commercial disputes throughout his five years of practice. Jonathan primarily counsels clients in matters related to intellectual property, defamation and privacy, unfair competition, labor and employment disputes, business torts, and high-stakes commercial disputes. Jonathan's practice style revolves around calculated litigation strategy and a laser focus on his clients' ultimate goals. He has served as trial chair on two separate multi-million dollar jury trials, one the successful defense of a world-recognized multinational French technology and energy company in a three-year trade secrets misappropriation action; the other a successful defense to a breach of contract case involving a multi-million dollar public bridge construction project in Orange County, California.

Recently, Jonathan spearheaded the drafting of a successful JNOV Motion, which overturned a multi-million dollar jury verdict and turn the tables in favor of his clients, entitling them to millions in attorneys' fees from the opposing parties. At the outset of his career, as a first-year attorney at another globally-recognized law firm, Jonathan served as lead associate in a federal revenge porn lawsuit in California's Central District Court, where he wrote a successful prove-up motion for both emotional distress and copyright damages, obtaining a precedent-setting and internationally acclaimed $6.5 million award for the victim, the second largest award ever granted to a revenge porn plaintiff in the United States.

In law school, Jonathan was a staff member of the Southern California Law Review, where he became a published author in his third year. Jonathan is also proud of his Latino heritage, and devotes time and resources back to the Latino community. His first language was Spanish and his mother is a first generation immigrant. Jonathan earned his J.D. from University of Southern California, Gould School of Law in 2017. He earned a B.A. in Political Science and Environmental Science from University of California, Santa Barbara.