How Brooke Helps Clients
Brooke represents corporations and insurance companies in a variety of matters, including insurance coverage, contract disputes, and product, professional, premise, and employment practices liability cases. In addition, she has also drafted trial court briefs with regard to various discovery and dispositive motions, and presented subsequent oral arguments. Brooke is accustomed to managing a large caseload and has the ability to meet all of her clients’ needs from the inception of the case, through settlement or trial.
Prior to joining Buchanan, she was a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Aimee R. Belgard at the New Jersey Superior Court, where she conducted legal research, mediated and settled special civil and landlord/tenant cases, and drafted bench memoranda and tentative and final opinions regarding all contested motions. She also served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Nan S. Famular and Honorable Mary Eva Colalillo of the New Jersey Superior Court. These experiences gave Brooke the opportunity to further hone her legal research and writing abilities.
What Clients Can Expect
Brooke has a winning combination of communication skills and legal acumen, so whether she needs to negotiate a settlement or continue to trial, she is equipped to effectively and efficiently handle the matter to get the best outcomes for her clients. She believes in keeping her clients abreast of the developments in their case every step of the way, so she is in regular contact with the people she represents in order to update them on case status, strategy, valuation, and settlement potential.
Outside the Office
Brooke grew up and lives in South Jersey. She spends most of her time outside of work with family and friends, playing golf, making wine, and spoiling her nieces. Additionally, while she is a fan of all sports, she refuses to miss a Philadelphia Eagles or Miami Hurricanes football game.
- Brooke has been successful in obtaining numerous voluntary dismissals, nuisance value settlements, favorable results at arbitrations, and dismissals after oral argument on dispositive motions.
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Rutgers School of Law, J.D., 2015
University of Miami, B.A., 2012, Psychology and Criminology
- New Jersey
- U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey