Do you want solutions? You can get them from Bowman and Brooke. We solve problems all day, every day.
We bring a broad spectrum of perspectives, experience and skills to bear on our clients' problems. We are dauntless, tireless advocates in the courtroom, in the boardroom, and at the bargaining table. We are craftsmen and women, with a commitment to getting solutions in which we and our clients take great pride. Partners, associates, legal assistants, and other professionals work together in tightly knit, efficient teams, offering seamless attention, complete accountability and exceptionally cost-effective solutions to client problems, from the smallest nuisance to a bet-the-company case.
We do it by getting our hands dirty. We know the law. We know the way products work, the way deals are done, the way complex litigation can be controlled, the way to attack class actions, the way thousands of claims can be processed efficiently, the way huge amounts of information can be managed, organized, and accessed, the way intellectual property gets protected or abused and the way employee relations can go smoothly or go sour. What we don't know, we learn. Clients like what we deliver, so we are constantly being asked to do more, to enter new fields and to solve new types of problems. We love that. So when we find something we don't know, we roll up our sleeves and dig in. Then, we bring order to chaos. We do all this with one goal in mind, the client's goal: to get the problem solved.
Our people are sought after by companies of all sizes, including some of the largest in the world, and by small companies and individuals because of our attitude, our knowledge, our skill and our guts. We have what it takes to stand in front of juries and try the toughest cases, to wear down the toughest negotiators, to craft the most intricate agreements and systems and to help clients learn from misfortune so misfortune does not come again. Intelligence. Experience. Ingenuity. Cleverness. Tenacity. A deep love for what we do.
It's the way law firms are supposed to be. It's Bowman and Brooke.