Our firm has litigated many complex employment class actions with The Law Offices of Scott A. Miller over the past 10 years. Scott is a great attorney and a pleasure to work with. He cares greatly about his clients and works to achieve the best possible outcome in every case.
Scott is an exceptional wage and hour class action attorney. He exhibits an encyclopedic knowledge of California's labor laws and practical nuances.
Can't say enough positive things about Scott and his team! My small business of 35 employees was served by a class action lawsuit. I contacted Scott's firm and right away he took action and after six months of stress, my company got out of it! Thank you Scott for all the hard work you put into my case!
Scott is a true professional is every sense of the word! He goes above and beyond to protect his clients. He makes you feel like you are his only client. Most importantly, he fights for you and always gets the job done. Having Scott on your side is a must is any case! He is simply the best! I highly recommend Scott for your legal needs!
Edit to respond to Scott's reply: My dad never recieved the client-attorney agreement as Scott dropped him before they sent it (less than 10 mins after we said we looked forward to seeing it). His response is a lie. My dad was going to sign the agreement we asked for it several times and he was going to pay the requested retainer. This attorney will drop you after agreeing to services: My dad was connected to Scott Miller through lawyers.com for a pension issue. They had a 30 min telephone consultation (free through lawyers.com). Scott assured my dad he could help and, as he had been working from home, asked my dad to mail plan documents and a check for two hours’ worth of time to his home address. Scott had estimated he would need at least two hours to review and get started. The three of us had a conference call (my dad authorized me) after he received the documents. We agreed (to not burn through my dad's small retainer) that I would draft a letter to the pension before trying to file anything, Scott would edit and sign. Scott and I had back and forth emails (I even have a voicemail regarding it) on how the letter should be structure and edits he wanted to the letter. When the letter was finalized, things change. Scott introduced us to his associate Bonnie Fong. Bonnie emailed that they "will not simply sign your letter and send it to your father’s pension company. That is the unauthorized practice of law." Even though we have emails back and forth “for the letter to send to the pension fund.” Both Bonnie and Scott tried to recant that the two hours' retainer was for a consultation, however, my father had a free consultation through lawyer.com, that money was to move forward. They withheld the letter and requested a retainer, my dad agreed to pay the retainer. I did request the process to be expedited, as my dad is unemployed and not receiving pension benefits, asking if they could send the letter if he signed the agreement and showed proof of payment. Bonnie emailed that the urgency we had was a concern for her and did not clearly understand the status of the matter. Scott dropped my dad as a client because my emails with Bonnie were "adversarial". Where I will agree I was frustrated with the unexpected change, they were not out of line and we had agreed to do all their requests. As a response to my dad's plead to reconsider Scott responded that he would not change his mind that “[your daughter's] anxiety is not my anxiety”. The letter we had agreed to and finalized was never sent. I would not recommend this attorney.