Mr. Miller practices in the areas of business, real estate and community association litigation. Since joining Becker in 2001, he has concentrated much of his practice in the law governing common interest ownership associations. During that time, he has represented condominium, cooperative and homeowners associations, as well as developers in a wide variety of litigation and matters.
From 2005 through 2012, Mr. Miller served as the statewide leader of the Firm’s collection and foreclosure practice. During that time, he was a frequent speaker on topics related to Florida’s residential foreclosure crisis, the foreclosure process and creditor’s rights.
Mr. Miller also concentrates a portion of his practice in the area of employment law. Prior to joining the firm, he worked with the United States Department of Labor, the Nebraska Equal Opportunity Commission and local governments in Florida and Nebraska in the areas of human relations and resources. He has represented clients in employment matters including defense of Title VII claims and the Florida Civil Rights Act. In addition to his employment discrimination experience, he has handled matters concerning fair housing and public accommodations discrimination claims.
- Successfully defended property owner at trial against the United States government in an eminent domain action
- Prevailed at trial in multiple cases representing a condominium association against condominium unit owners who refused to reimburse the association for remedial benefits conferred to condominium units following Hurricane Wilma
- Successfully defended dozens of cases filed in federal and state courts against a national real estate developer alleging violations of the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act (ILSA) and the Florida Condominium Act.
- Successfully negotiated buyouts of condominium units on behalf of multiple condominium unit owners in terminated condominium development.
- Successfully negotiated recreational area use agreement between competing condominium associations concerning ownership rights and use of disputed recreational facilities.
- Drafted numerous separation agreements for employers
- Recognized in the 2023 and 2024 editions of The Best Lawyers in America®, one of the oldest and most revered peer review publications, in Community Association Law.