As the Chief Paralegal and Director of Business Development at the Miller Law Firm, Mr. Goodrich is responsible for coordinating all of the firm’s litigation needs as well as providing oversight within the Complex Litigation Department. He also oversees all of the firm’s business development efforts including media relations and content, communications, advertising, sponsorships and events.

Mr. Goodrich has extensive first-hand trial experience in state, federal and commercial arbitration forums and has worked directly with some of the country’s leading attorneys on several high-profile and complex matters. In 2014, he served as chief analyst, assisting the trial team for The City of Farmington Hills Employees Retirement System v. Wells Fargo Bank in the United States District Court, District of Minnesota. The case settled the weekend before the trial for $62.5 million.

In 2015, Mr. Goodrich supported the trial team that won a $16.5 million arbitration award, which is the largest award in an employment case in Michigan history. That same year, Mr. Goodrich worked as a senior analyst on the Cason-Merenda v. VHS Michigan, Inc. trial team, which represented registered nurses at hospitals in Detroit. In 2016, Mr. Goodrich was the lead analyst, assisting members of the trial team for two jury trials in federal court, both of which returned favorable verdicts.

As a member of the litigation team, Mr. Goodrich actively supports in all aspects of trial preparation, including the design and development of opening and closing statements, witness preparation, research and strategic operations. Recently, Mr. Goodrich has also worked on the redesign of the firm’s website and branding efforts.