About Brad Booke
Brad Booke has been involved in complex civil lawsuits – primarily catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death cases – for 35 years. For the last 15 years, he has handled cases involving major business disputes, including trademark and copyright infringement, misappropriation and misuse of trade secrets, and cutting-edge cases involving unfair competitive practices that abuse the Internet.
Booke graduated from the University of Arizona in 1971 with a degree in advertising, and from the University of Arizona College of Law, with honors, in 1977. He entered practice in Wyoming in 1979, and was admitted to the Arizona and Nevada bars in 1986 and to the Utah bar in 2003. Booke has handled jury and bench trials, arbitrations, mediations, and appeals in state and federal courts throughout the Intermountain West.
Guided by the principle that every case is the most important case to those whose lives and interests are involved, Booke's primary objective as a lawyer is to serve as a trusted advisor for people and families whose life experiences have led them toward the confusion and uncertainty of the legal system. He believes that, when all is said and done, legal problems are simply human problems that deserve carefully crafted solutions, whether the cases involve personal injuries, commercial disputes, or other violations of basic human rights.