Mr. Miller focuses on employment and business litigation, bankruptcies, as well as small business formations and startups. After graduating, Mr. Miller worked with a prominent, national law firm in the tech and finance industry during the Tech Venture Capital and IPO boom. After the tech crash in the early 2000’s, Mr. Miller shifted his focus into business, employment, and real estate litigation. Additionally, he gained jury trial experience working as a prosecutor with the City Attorney’s Office and as the Fresno Police Department’s legal advisor. Mr. Miller continued doing trial work with the Tulare County District Attorney’s Office as a criminal white collar and financial crimes prosecutor and as a private criminal defense attorney.
Mr. Miller has also operated his own law practice for over nine years in the areas of civil and real estate litigation, creditor and debtor bankruptcies in both Chapters 7 and 13 as well as adversary proceedings, personal injury, immigration, and business start-ups and dissolutions. Mr. Miller has experience litigating in both federal and state courts, in a variety of administrative hearings, as well as in private arbitrations. Mr. Miller’s litigation experience also includes both plaintiff and defense side class action civil rights and employment cases. Mr. Miller has over 18 years of legal experience and has also owned and operated several small businesses.
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Jurisprudence Awards: Contracts, Civil Procedure & Negotiations||University of San Diego||2001|
|San Diego Law Review (Top 2%)||University of San Diego School of Law||2000|
|Academic Achievement Scholarship||University of San Diego School of Law||1997|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Fresno County Bar Association||Member||2001 - Present|
|University of San Diego School of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1999|
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