Thomas W. Brooke


Articles:

  • Sunday, June 1, 2008
    Despite a sluggish economy and a weak dollar, or perhaps as a result of a weak U.S. dollar, products made in the United States have become more affordable and attractive abroad. According to The Washington Post (May 7, 2006, page D-1), U.S. exports grew by an inflation-adjusted 17 percent from 2005 to 2007. As U.S. manufacturers and exporters gain...
  • Thursday, June 1, 2006
    Legal malpractice, broadly defined, can be a tort in the form of professional negligence, such as a failure to file a document or to advise on a requirement under local law. Legal malpractice can also be alleged if an attorney fails to live up to contractual obligations set out in a retainer letter or representation agreement.