A boutique of sophisticated litigation practices.

MILLER SHAKMAN LEVINE & FELDMAN provides its clients with exceptional, tenacious and effective representation. Our talented litigators practice at the highest level and are recognized leaders in a number of complementary fields.

Rather than the typical “pyramid” structure, our firm features a core group of accomplished partners supported by a small pool of talented associates. This structure allows us to staff matters efficiently and effectively. Our structure also ensures that each client has direct and immediate access to the senior lawyer handling the case, who remains involved in every key aspect of the representation. For cases that are tried or arbitrated, we have experienced trial and appellate lawyers, some of whom teach courtroom skills to law students and other lawyers. But many cases settle before trial, and we are well-versed in alternative methods of resolving disputes. We work with our clients to provide the best solution for each individual matter, considering the relevant costs and risks.

The attorneys at Miller Shakman were attracted by the firm’s reputation for excellence, its vigorous and efficient approach to the practice of law, and its long history of civic leadership. Our lawyers have richly varied backgrounds, interests, and talents, which are reflected in the firm’s diverse practice concentrations. But all share common strengths: we are smart, successful, and respected leaders both in and out of the courtroom. With a long history of litigating and resolving complex cases, our lawyers offer clients a unique blend of creativity, knowledge, tenacity and pragmatism.

Since its founding in 1946, the firm has provided the highest level of legal services to its clients – from Fortune 100 companies and Am Law 100 law firms to individuals and family-owned businesses. This legacy has earned us respect and prominence well beyond our size.

Commercial Litigation
Representation of Law Firms and Lawyers
Complex Family Law Litigation
Health Care
Real Estate and Construction Disputes
Governmental Disputes and Civil Rights
Alternative Dispute Resolution