Skip Miller and Amnon Siegel Honored as Leaders of Influence by Los Angeles Business Journal
Los Angeles Business Journal Special Report – July 13, 2020: Leaders of Influence: Litigators & Trial Lawyers
We are proud to announce that Miller Barondess partners Skip Miller and Amnon Siegel have been honored by the Los Angeles Business Journal on its exclusive list, Leaders of Influence: Litigators & Trial Lawyers in Los Angeles.
Skip Miller is a top litigator with over 100 trials under his belt. He has tried cases in state and federal courts in California and around the country. His versatile practice includes securities, sports, corporate takeover, energy, investment banking, defamation, First Amendment, entertainment (motion pictures, television and music), employment, copyright, toxic tort, civil rights, real estate, contracts, partnerships, unfair competition, technology, administrative, environmental, energy, and extensive governmental and public litigation. Miller has accomplished a lot in his career, but could not have done it without the great team of 40 lawyers, and the outstanding paralegals and staff at Miller Barondess, LLP. Miller has represented clients ranging from entertainment to government to Fortune 500 companies. His entertainment clients include Rod Stewart, Elton John, Nick Nolte, Bob Dylan, Sean Connery, Steven Tyler, Lionel Richie, Axl Rose, the Tupac Shakur Estate and many others.
Amnon Siegel is an experienced trial lawyer with success and victories on both sides of the “v.” Although his recent successes have been in high-stakes plaintiffs’ cases, Siegel has a robust defense practice as well. He has prevailed as lead trial counsel in high-profile cases opposite some of the largest corporations in the world with hundreds of millions of dollars at stake. Siegel’s practice focuses on complex civil litigation matters in the automotive, entertainment, technology, real estate, consumer products and financial services industries. He has become the go-to lawyer for automobile dealership groups in conflict with their manufacturers or lenders and has had significant trial victories against the largest automakers in the world. In 2017, Siegel obtained one of the Top 10 Verdicts in the country, a $256 million verdict against Nissan.