TIMOTHY J. MILLER is a Partner with Novack and Macey LLP in Chicago and has over 25 years' experience in business and commercial litigation. He regularly represents lawyers and law firms in civil litigation.
Mr. Miller has published numerous articles on issues relating to lawyers and legal ethics:
"Should Derivative Legal Malpractice Actions Be Allowed in Illinois," Illinois Bar Journal (forthcoming)
Co-author, "Illinois Civil Practice: Trying the Case, Chapter 11, Jury Instructions, Special Interrogatories and Verdicts," Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal Education (2012)
"Appeals from Judicial Criticism of Lawyers," SideBar of the Federal Litigation Section of the Federal Bar Association, Summer 2011.
Co-author, "Smart Evidence: Commercial Litigation," Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal Education (2006, 2009, 2012 update forthcoming)
"Illinois Settlement Pitfalls," CBA Record, May 2007.
"7th Circuit Gives Arbitrators Permission to Ignore the Law," Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, June 28, 2001.
Co-author, "Are Your Attorney-Client Retention Agreements Enforceable?" CBA Record, January 2001.