Novack and Macey LLP partner Richard L. Miller II has been named one of the “40 Illinois Attorneys Under 40 To Watch” by the Law Bulletin Publishing Company, publishers of Chicago Lawyer magazine and the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin. In this prestigious annual publication, the Law Bulletin describes Miller as “that rare commercial litigator who is a master of advocating for his clients both in the courtroom and in writing.”
Each year a Law Bulletin committee reads through hundreds of nominations to identify those attorneys who are passionate about their work, their clients, and their community. It seeks individuals who are unique, both in terms of their character and the results they obtain. The Law Bulletin’s article on Miller discusses his having tried 50 cases as a prosecutor, his many victories as a commercial litigator, and his role as an Adjunct Professor for Northwestern University School of Law.
In the article, Matthew P. Larvick, a shareholder at Vedder Price P.C., states “When I have a client who needs outside litigation counsel, Richard is at the top of my list.” The CEO of Prudential Preferred Properties, Christopher J. Eigel, describes Miller as “tireless and tenacious” saying he did a “fantastic job in representing us in a long and complex case.” “Richard is unconditionally trustworthy,” says Chicago attorney Sherman Magidson, stating that Miller “handles his many cases with skill, diligence and dignity.”
Miller’s focus on litigating and resolving disputes is an ongoing benefit to the clients of Novack and Macey LLP. He can be reached by electronic mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 312.419.6900. Miller shares this honor with fellow partner Monte L. Mann who was named a “40 Under 40″ attorney in 2005.