Brooke A. Achua is an Associate with Tadler Law LLP, specializing in complex civil litigation. She has experience representing both plaintiffs and defendants in class action claims, food and beverage labeling litigation, antitrust suits, contract disputes, and trade secret litigation. In this capacity, Brooke has managed forensic analysis of electronic discovery in cybersecurity actions, defended small-business owners from a variety of breach of contract claims, and propelled class certification forward through her effective representation of a class of merchants in a price-fixing suit. In all areas, Brooke uses her technical experience and creative problem-solving skills to arrive at legal solutions that best serve the needs of her clients.

Brooke is also active in the legal community, including previously serving as an At-Large Director of the Minnesota Association of Black Lawyers and a member of the Federal bar Association Minnesota Chapter. Before law school, Brooke solidified her commitment to serving underrepresented communities as a Congressional Intern to Congressman Keith Ellison. Most recently, Brooke volunteered her time providing pro bono assistance to low-income victims of domestic violence through the Tubman Pro Bono Safety Project.