About Our Firm
The firm of Hughes, Rote, Brouhard, & Thorpe, LLP was originally founded in 1947 by Gene Brown, who started as a lawyer in Grants Pass, Oregon shortly after World War II. During the war, Gene served with the 101st Airborne Division and was involved in all of its major engagements. Gene continued to practice until 1986, adding attorneys and partners to the firm over time. HRBT is presently comprised of four partners: Daniel F. Hughes, Frank C. Rote, Jason S. Brouhard, and Amanda C. Thorpe. The firm provides a broad range of legal services and its practice extends to Josephine, Jackson, Klamath, Douglas, Coos, Curry, and other counties.
In 1980, the firm purchased their present location the historic George S. Calhoun house located on the corner of Fifth and “A” Street in Grants Pass. The Calhoun House was constructed in approximately 1909 and is listed on the National Register of Historical Places for Josephine County Oregon. The firm renovated the Calhoun House to transform the historic building into office space while preserving the comfortable aesthetic.
HRBT is committed to professional excellence through diligent and thorough legal representation. With the assistance of our skilled staff we will assist you with whatever your legal need, whether litigation or transactional, advice or representation.
The hourly rate of the attorneys varies, but all attorneys attempt to minimize legal costs while meeting your legal needs and being the best advocates possible.