Adam Miller is a business attorney and the Managing Name Partner of the Irvine, CA based law firm Miller Miller Gerber, LLP. Mr. Miller’s areas of practice include business litigation and transactional work. Mr. Miller’s transactional practice focuses on advising business through the everyday issues that businesses face. He assists businesses with various issues, including setting up and managing the corporation, drafting contracts, resolving client and vendor disputes, large-scale acquisitions, and exit events including the sale of a business. Mr. Miller’s litigation practice ranges from simple disputes with vendors, to bet-the-company litigations, to federal qui tam actions.
Mr. Miller’s professional experience prior to Miller Miller Gerber included a clerkship with the Honorable Asher Grunis of the Israeli Supreme Court, and time at the New York bases firm Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP. While at Paul Weiss, Mr. Miller gained experience doing large scale public and private M&A work, cutting-edge high-tech trading litigation, large securities class actions, and simple partnership disputes.
Mr. Miller received his BA, Suma Cum Laude, from the University of California, Los Angeles, and earned his J.D. from New York University. Having been raised in Orange County, California, he currently resides in Huntington Beach. As an active member of the community, Mr. Miller serves in volunteer leadership of a number of social service organization, locally regionally and nationally. He hosts his own annual Charity Wine Tasting called Uncork for Hope, funding a range of support service organizations including Boys Town California. Mr. Miller is also a participant in the CHOC Follies, an annual musical theater production that benefits the Children’s Hospital of Orange County. A member the Board of Governors for the Center Club and Boys Town California, Mr. Miller is a member of the Board of Directors of the Jewish Federation and Family Services of Orange County where he serves on its NextGen Board, is the Ignite co-chair, and is also currently serving a six year term on the Jewish Federations National Youth Leadership Cabinet.