Denver Partner Randy Miller was elected chairman of the board of the Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation. Saint Joseph Hospital is the largest private teaching hospital in Denver. The foundation’s board of directors is comprised of community leaders from many industries. Miller has served as a member of the foundation board since 2013.
Founded in 1873 by the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth, the hospital’s board of directors in 1977 established the Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation and delegated to it the responsibility for resource development. A major focus for the hospital and foundation has been replacement of the old hospital with a new $623-million facility designed to better attract and treat the most acute patients in the Denver area. The old hospital was demolished and completely rebuilt in 2014 after more than four years of planning and two years of construction.
At Bryan Cave, Miller has served in numerous firmwide leadership rolls, including on the Management Committee and as the Denver office managing partner. In his active commercial litigation practice he regularly handles disputes focused on business transactions and M&A litigation, investment management and real estate investment management issues, including separations, employee transitions, and investment disputes.
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