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Articles From Richard L. Miller

Using Class Actions for Credit Card Data Theft

By Richard L. Miller and Stephen C. Jarvis
August
2016
Article
Page 42
A recent seventh circuit case finds that the risk of eventual damage from a data breach is injury enough to give standing to bring a class action.

The Dangers of Litigating in the Media

By Richard L. Miller II
January
2012
Article
Page 42
A look at the risks your client takes by publicly discussing an ongoing case and why doing so is usually a bad idea.

When Can You Defend Both a Corporation and Its Officers?

By Richard L. Miller II and Joshua E. Liebman
December
2009
Article
Page 618
When they're sued, corporations and their officers often turn to the corporation's lawyer. But look out for conflicts of interest before you undertake joint representation.

Departing Executives and the Wage Payment Act

By Richard L. Miller and John Haarlow Jr.
March
2008
Article
Page 138
The Illinois Wage Payment and Collection Act can be a powerful tool for departing executives who haven t been properly compensated.

TROs: A Guide to Winning Emergency Relief in Illinois

By Richard L. Miller II
October
2005
Article
Page 530
A step-by-step guide to seeking temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions.

An Introduction to Opinion Testimony Disclosures in Illinois

By Richard L. Miller II
January
2001
Article
Page 18
An overview of Rule 213(f) and (g) and the cases interpreting them.

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