Bob Miller’s practice focuses on distressed business situations of all kinds, including chapter 11 restructurings, non-bankruptcy workouts, turnarounds, and distressed company mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Miller regularly represents institutional lenders, companies in distress, fiduciaries (trustees and examiners), other key constituencies in chapter 11 cases, as well as buyers and sellers of distressed debt. He often advises clients on a wide range of commercial disputes. He also regularly represents private equity firms in various transactional matters and in commercial disputes.
Mr. Miller has served as lead counsel on behalf of secured lenders in a number of high profile cases. Since 2007 alone, he has served as counsel for lenders on debt obligations of $5.0+ billion secured by various kinds of commercial assets. He has served as lead counsel for various chapter 11 debtors, including a number of public reporting companies. He regularly advises corporate boards on their fiduciary obligations in the zone of insolvency and in restructurings.
Mr. Miller regularly serves as trial and appellate counsel with regard to nearly all forms of litigation related to insolvent companies, including plan confirmation and stay relief litigation, fraudulent transfer and preference litigation, lender liability disputes, and other kinds of litigation related to debtor-creditor relations.
Mr. Miller has wrote extensively on insolvency topics. He is a Contributing Author for Norton Bankruptcy Law and Practice. Here is a list of his more significant articles:
Mr. Miller has lectured on a wide range of commercial bankruptcy topics for the American Bar Association, the Turnaround Management Association, the American Bar Association, other national, and state and local organizations. Here is a list of select speaking engagements: