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Hilary B. Miller, Esq.

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Practice area:  Litigation, including family, consumer financial services, intellectual property, securities and corporate.

Types of matters handled:  Family matters, consumer financial services, corporation law; general litigation, with emphasis on securities, commercial and publishing. Commercial matters include principally financial services, intellectual property, computer/technology licensing, ERISA, real estate and employment disputes. Also active in pro bono litigation of AIDS-related claims, including family, employment and insurance matters.

Education: Dartmouth College: A.B. (1973); The Amos Tuck School of Business Administration: M.B.A. (1974); Fordham University School of Law: J.D. (1982). Honors: Summa Cum Laude; Phi Beta Kappa; Rufus Choate Scholar; Edward Tuck Scholar.

Admitted to bar:  Connecticut (1982); New York (1983); Federal District Courts for the District of Connecticut, District of Colorado and for the Southern, Eastern, and Northern Districts of New York; U.S Courts of Appeals for the First and Second Circuits; U.S. Supreme Court.

Association memberships:  American Bar Association (member, Family Law and Business Law Sections); Connecticut Bar Association (member, Family Law and Federal Practice Sections); New York State Bar Association; New York County Lawyers Association; Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association; National Transportation Safety Board Bar Association. 

Other background:  Arbitrator, N.A.S.D. Regulation and American Arbitration Association; Mediator and Special Master, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York; arbitrator, New York City Civil Court; Hearing Officer, Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection; Chartered Financial Analyst; Airline Transport Pilot with single and multiengine ratings; Member, Connecticut Secretary of State Business Advisory Committee; certified firefighter and fire service instructor; Chairman of the Board, Amogerone Volunteer Fire Co. No. 1, Greenwich, Connecticut

Rated "AV"® by Martindale-Hubbell.

Example reported cases:  State v. Filipov, Francis v. Goodman, Gregory v. American Guild of Musical Artists, Gill v. Monetary Management Corp., Lewites v. Lobis 

Examples of briefs:  Estate of Goldfeder, Francis v. Goodman, Payday Loan Corp. v. Dollar Financial Group., Wirdzek v. Monetary Management of California, Inc., Financial Service Centers of America

Recent articles:  "Arbitration and Class Actions After JAMS' Flip-Flop," NYLJ (May 4, 2005);  "Appellate Review of FAA Emergency Certificate Actions," 67 J. AIR LAW & COMM. 841 (Summer 2002); "Educational Support Orders in Connecticut," 13 CONNECTICUT LAWYER 1 (Aug.-Sep. 2002); "Application of the Consumer Telephone Protection Act to Interstate Calls and Faxes," 52 Fed. Commun Law J. 668-686 (May 2000); "Open Floodgates at The ‘Hoover’ Dam — AIR-21 Fails to Provide Meaningful Review of Emergency Certificate Actions," 22 Lawyer-Pilots Bar Assn J. 22-32 (Winter 2000-2001).

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