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Lawyer Starts New Firm After Ex-Boss Indicted

Lawyer Starts New Firm After Ex-Boss Indicted

Lawyer Starts New Firm After Ex-Boss Indicted By Kim Christensen Louis “Skip” Miller has started a Century City law firm two months after leaving what is now known as Christensen, Glaser, Fink, Jacobs, Weil & Shapiro in the wake of partner Terry Christensen’s indictment in the Anthony Pellicano federal wiretap scandal. Mark A. Barondess and Daniel […]

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50 Best-Compensated Attorneys in Los Angeles

50 Best-Compensated Attorneys in Los Angeles

Profiles of the 50 Best-Compensated Lawyers in L.A  Louis R ‘Skip’ Miller III Miller Barondess Specialty: Litigation Law School: UCLA, 1972   Career Highlight: Assisted the city of Los Angeles in the Rodney King civil rights action WHEN it comes to complex, high-profile cases, Skip Miller is regarded as a go-to heavy hitter in Los […]

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Clash of the Titans

Clash of the Titans

Clash of the Titans  A Riverside Police Shooting Pits Johnnie Cochran Against Skip Miller – Finally They are a crash course in contrasts. One is a bombastic media darling, a flamboyant courtroom orator who’s the star of a TV talk show on American justice; the other a deliberative, masterful legal craftsman, called in by major […]

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Los Angeles Business Journal Profiles Skip Miller

Los Angeles Business Journal Profiles Skip Miller

Louis “Skip” Miller Christensen Miller Fink Jacobs Glaser Weil & Shapiro Litigation UCLA Law School, 1972 Known for his charm and fight, Louis “Skip” Miller is without question one of L.A.’s hottest trial lawyers. “If you are down in the legal trenches, Skip is the one you want down there with you,” said L.A. County […]

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Skip Miller: L.A.’s Hired Gun

Skip Miller: L.A.’s Hired Gun

L.A.’s Hired Gun All Around Defense Louis (Skip) Miller CAREER PATH Christensen White won a beauty contest in 1989 to represent Los Angeles in a five-year-old lawsuit over the city council’s downsizing of a median strip owned by Southern Pacific Railroad. On the eve of a summary judgment hearing, Miller helped negotiate a $3 million […]

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A Tenacious Bulldog Who Hates to Lose

A Tenacious Bulldog Who Hates to Lose

A Tenacious Bulldog Who Hates to Lose By Krysten Crawford From motorist Rodney King to retired L.A. Police Chief Daryl Gates and his former assistant Robert Vernon, there’s no doubt that the Los Angeles City Council has weathered its fair share of legal toils and political troubles in recent times. In these times of urban […]

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$7 Million Judgment Against Michael Jackson

$7 Million Judgment Against Michael Jackson

Jackson owes $5.3 million Jury returns verdict in favor of concert promoters    By Elizabeth Rodriguez Entertainer Michael Jackson reneged on a contract with Marcel Avram and will have to pay the concert promoter $5.3 million for failing to perform at two millennium concerts, a Superior Court jury in Santa Maria decided Thursday. Both sides claimed […]

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