Matt Miller is an accomplished litigator and trial lawyer in complex business disputes, with considerable skills in a wide range of breach of contract and unfair competition matters, including misappropriation of intellectual property, business interference torts, breach of employment contracts and breach of joint venture agreements. Matt spearheads Squire Patton Boggs' rapidly growing cryptocurrency and blockchain related initiatives, while representing a prominent digital currency exchange in diverse litigation, regulatory and employment related matters. Matt has obtained numerous multimillion-dollar recoveries for his clients, particularly in relation to unfair business competition, employment misdeeds and trade secret misappropriation.
Matt specializes in helping employers navigate the specifics of the California business landscape, and readily deals with instances where employees misappropriate a previous employer’s ideas, clients or opportunities. He also defends such suits when claims of misappropriation or interference are overstated or misunderstood.
Matt seeks out all relevant decision-makers at the outset of a matter, in an effort to articulate the underlying business goal before charting out a defense strategy or launching litigation.
Matt is known for his ability to distill vast numbers of facts down to a coherent narrative easily digestible by judges, mediators and juries.
Matt is equally competent in defense of business litigation and resolves high-profile matters with efficiency, with the reputation of his clients always at the forefront.
In addition to his work in the complex business litigation and unfair competition arenas, Matt has extensive experience across a broad range of employment litigation, product liability, real estate litigation and construction disputes.
Employment, Unfair Competition and Complex Business Disputes
Real Estate/Construction Litigation