Practice Areas: Ms Miller co-chairs the ITC Practice Group at Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione. She is a skilled trial attorney with experience in intellectual property law, as well as antitrust and commercial litigation. In addition to representing major Fortune 500 companies in patent and trademark matters in both federal court and the ITC, she is an adjunct professor at The John Marshall Law School.
Career: She has been recognized as one of Illinois’ leading intellectual property lawyers by Chambers USA, and has been named a Leading Intellectual Property Lawyer and one of the Top 50 Women Business Litigation Lawyers in Illinois by the Leading Lawyers Network.
Publications: 'Finding A Common Language With Clients In Patent Litigation: Discussion Points for Foreign Clients and their U.S.-Based Counsel', American Intellectual Property Law Association, January 2008; 'ITC Growing As a Forum for IP Disputes', Intellectual Property Litigation Newsletter (ABA 2007); '337 Actions Before The International Trade Commission', International Trade Commission Basics (ICLE 2007); 'Enforcing and Defending Against Patent Rights Through Litigation', Intellectual Property Law (ICLE 2005 and 2013).
Personal: Education: BA, University of Virginia (1982); JD, College of William and Mary (1985). Registered Patent Attorney.