J. Brook Lathram


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In his 40 years of practice, Brook Lathram has tried a wide variety of complex commercial matters by learning the details of the business and advising clients in accordance with what is best for their business objectives. Today, Brook focuses his practice on federal criminal trials and internal investigations; on complex business and commercial litigation, including antitrust, business tort and breach-of-contract cases; and on the defense of product liability claims.

In 2009, Brook was asked by the Tennessee Supreme Court to serve as chair of the Court’s Advisory Commission on the Tennessee Rules of Evidence and Tennessee Rules of Civil Procedure. He held that position until his term on the Commission expired by operation of statute at the end of 2011.

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