Daily Journal Recognizes Skip Miller’s $4.6 Million Victory Over Glaser Weil
The November 11, 2010 edition of the Daily Journal highlighted Skip Miller’s $4.6 million award against Glaser Weil, a firm he helped found. Glaser Weil was ordered to pay Miller $1.3 million is cash and $10,000 per month for the next 27 years for a total of $4.6 million. All of Glaser Weil’s claims against Miller were unanimously rejected by a panel of three arbitrators.
In 2006, Mr. Miller founded Miller Barondess, a litigation boutique across the street from his former firm. Miller departed on confidential terms, but the timing coincided with his partner’s indictment involving Anthony Pellicano and alleged wiretapping.
Miller’s two sons, Dan and Jim, along with their best friend Justin Ehrlich represented him against Glaser Weil in the case. Miller stated, “I’m satisfied with my award. I wish my old partners the best- I hope they do really well.”