Brian Miller's practice concentrates in securities class-action defense, internal investigations, accounting fraud, and directors' fiduciary duties. He serves as the chair of Akerman's Securities Litigation Practice. Brian began his career at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington, D.C., where, among other things, he served as special counsel to Commissioner Steven M.H. Wallman in the 1990s. Brian has defended over twenty shareholder class actions involving allegations of securities fraud, accounting fraud, and breach of fiduciary duty, collectively seeking damages of over $2 billion. He also has defended numerous SEC investigations.
Private Equity Fund Litigation — Represented private equity fund in defense of multiple lawsuits in New York federal and state courts alleging fraudulent accounts receivable.
Securities Class Action Defense
Defended federal class-action securities claims against public companies and their officers and directors in multiple industries, alleging accounting and other misstatements, market manipulation, product development claims, and insider trading.