We are proud to announce that Miller Barondess partner Skip Miller has been recognized in Los Angeles Business Journal’s 2023 edition of the LA500: The Most Influential People in L.A. The LA500 identifies the “most influential, most powerful, and most impactful business professionals in the Los Angeles region.” This marks Skip’s sixth consecutive year of being recognized.
Skip is litigation counsel for governmental entities, private and public corporations, and individuals. In 2018-20, he represented the City of Inglewood and Mayor James Butts in litigation to bring the new L.A. Clippers arena to the City of Inglewood. Since 2020, Skip has represented the County of Los Angeles in federal court as part of a massive lawsuit brought by L.A. Alliance against governmental agencies regarding homelessness. In 2018, Skip obtained a $119.5 million settlement on behalf of L.A. County against SoCalGas stemming from the Aliso Canyon gas leak, the largest natural gas leak—over 100 million metric tons—in our country’s history. He is currently representing the trustee of the Woodbridge Liquidation Trust in a lawsuit brought against multiple law firms and attorneys alleging they aided and abetted the now-bankrupt real estate investment firm Woodbridge Group in a $1.3 billion Ponzi scheme. And he is currently representing a major financial institution in a $300 million dollar fraud case in Delaware. Skip’s entertainment industry clients have included Lionel Richie, Paula Abdul, Rod Stewart, Elton John, the Tupac Shakur Estate, rock bands Journey and Mötley Crüe, and film and television studios and producers. He also represents financial institutions, private equity funds, commercial banks, and real estate developers and funds.