It is my goal to be a dedicated professional in taking care of my clients. I strive to provide services conscientiously and effectively. In addition to my expectation that I achieve the highest level of commitment to my clients and the legal profession, I also try to become part of, and contribute to, the larger community.
From 2004 to 2009, Kathryn Brooke was General Counsel of RE/MAX equity group, inc., one of the nation’s largest real estate brokerages. In that capacity, Ms. Brooke advised the company and its agents in real estate and agency law, defended the company and its agents in disputed matters and authored numerous forms and articles for the benefit of her clients. Prior to 2004, Ms. Brooke’s practice focused on both real estate transactions and commercial litigation. Her legal background includes condemnation and other real estate litigation, as well as a wide variety of business litigation matters, including environmental, patent infringement, and shareholder dispute cases. Prior to joining Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt in 2001, Ms. Brooke was with the law firm of Tonkon Torp LLP. Ms. Brooke also has a background in corporate accounting and finance as well as information systems development.
Ms. Brooke is a member of the Oregon State Bar. She has a history of volunteerism, having completed two terms on the Board of Directors for the Pittock Mansion Society and previously served as a director and as President of the Board of Directors for Behavioral Health Resources, a nonprofit community mental health care agency. Brooke and her husband have booted the last bird out of the nest and down-sized considerably but with her husband’s golf equipment and their two dogs, Mouse and Mr. Bean, their home is still rarely ever completely clean.