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About Miller Law

History

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The Miller Law Firm began as a 3-person law firm in 1996, and has grown into a 26-lawyer, nationally recognized litigation boutique. In that time, our firm has been entrusted with our clients’ most important matters, handling litigation throughout the country.

Community

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The Miller Law Firm is committed to supporting the local and regional communities in which we work and live.

Attorneys and staff members of The Miller Law Firm are actively engaged in a wide variety of programs, non-profit charities, organizations, and service on boards and committee — giving back to the broader community on many levels.

Experience

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Our firm has successfully litigated cases ranging from the low six figures to hundreds of millions of dollars — from the most basic disputes to the most complex and arcane. We handle a wide range of disputes, including automotive supply chain and warranty disputes, real estate litigation, investor rights and partnership disputes, shareholder oppression and fiduciary duty cases, securities fraud, and breach of contract cases.

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U.S. District Court for Eastern District of Michigan Makes a Major Change to Its Local Rule Regarding Motions for Reconsideration

The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan routinely considers the substance of local court rules and periodically makes changes to the rules. As of December 1, 2021, the Court modified Local Rule 7.1(h), which pertains to Motions for Reconsideration.  Local Rule 7.1(h) now expressly prohibits parties from filing a motion for … Continue reading "U.S. District Court for Eastern District of Michigan Makes a Major Change to Its Local Rule Regarding Motions for Reconsideration"

New Michigan Shareholder Law

According to a new Michigan Supreme Court’s April 5, 2022 decision, corporate officers and directors can be sued directly for a breach of fiduciary duties. The unanimous opinion clarifies the existing law on whether an individual shareholder can file a lawsuit directly against officers and directors who breach fiduciary duties.   What Was the Case About? … Continue reading "New Michigan Shareholder Law"