Miller LLP Founding Partner Randall A. Miller has 29 years’ experience as a litigator focusing on defending and counseling professionals, corporations, directors and officers and insurers. He has extensive litigation and trial experience in state and federal courts in a broad variety of matters. His legal malpractice cases have included matters arising out of intellectual property, patent, bankruptcy, class action, family law, personal injury, products liability, and trusts and estates, and virtually every form of commercial transaction. He has been retained by law firms ranging from sole practitioners to multi-national firms. Mr. Miller represents financial professionals and businesses in matters ranging from suitability and selling away, to churning, breach of fiduciary duty, and conflicts. He has broad appellate experience, with 10 published State and Federal decisions and numerous non-published opinions. He regularly handles private and industry arbitrations, as well as attorney ethics counseling, fee disputes and arbitrations, risk management/loss prevention, insurance coverage and underwriting, and claim monitoring.
Additionally, Mr. Miller has significant experience representing financial and insurance agents and brokers in claims ranging from failure to procure insurance to IRC 412i, 419, defined benefit plans, deferred compensation claims, to suitability, selling away, churning, trade secret and employment claims. Much of that practice involves claims administered by FINRA. He has also handled MPL matters involving architects, engineers, design professionals, actuaries, appraisers, and landscape engineers, among other professionals, as well as public/private D/O claims and not-for-profits.
Mr. Miller has an exceptional perspective on the business needs and goals for insurer clientele, and is keenly aware of insurer operations, organization, and practice, including underwriting, claims adjustment and reporting, policy terms and coverage, bad faith exposure, insurer v. insurer disputes, insurance finances and reserving, and actuarial operations.