Jill Miller focuses her practice on e-discovery, including project management and litigation support services for securities fraud class and derivative actions. As Managing Discovery Attorney, she oversees the staff attorneys at the Firm and manages the document review process. Ms. Miller was a member of the litigation teams that secured one of the largest settlements in 2018, In re Wilmington Trust Corporation Securities Litigation ($210 million). She was also part of the litigation teams that successfully prosecuted Wells Fargo ($240 Million settlement), and DaVita ($135 million settlement, the second largest all-cash securities class action settlement in U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado history).
Prior to joining Saxena White, Ms. Miller served as team lead at various law firms for discovery in large, complex class actions and mass torts in the areas of securities fraud, software technology, pharmaceutical, and patent infringement. Prior to her litigation experience, Ms. Miller was an associate at Ruden McClosky where she practiced real estate law. During her 11 years with the firm, she represented large developers of residential and commercial real estate throughout the South Florida area. Ms. Miller began her legal career as an associate in the real estate practice division of a major New Jersey law firm where she concentrated her practice on residential and commercial real estate transactions and development. She also dedicated a significant portion of her practice to casino licensing and compliance.
For the past 12 years, Ms. Miller has volunteered her time as a Guardian ad Litem, protecting the rights of abused and neglected children in Broward County, Florida. She has been recognized as a “Top Lawyer” by Palm Beach Illustrated.
Ms. Miller graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science in 1983. She received her law degree from Hofstra University in 1986, where she was the Articles Editor of the International Property Investment Journal. She also interned at the United States Federal Court, Eastern District of New York during law school.