Kenneth Miller is a Shareholder of Parker, Milliken, Clark, O’Hara & Samuelian APC and co-chair of its Financial Services and Creditors’ Rights Department. He enjoys a diverse practice, primarily focusing on representing lenders in complex real and personal property loan transactions.
Mr. Miller also represents creditors in a wide variety of workouts, litigation and bankruptcy matters. His successes include not merely victories in courts, such as the preparation of a successful motion to dismiss a $40 million complaint, but also triumphs out of court, such as the completion of “failed” real estate construction projects for his lender clients. He also has developed customized models with the management and in-house counsel of his financial institution clients to obtain outstanding results handling troubled loans in which knowledge of several different disciplines and areas of law are critical for success.
Mr. Miller is a Regent of the American College of Mortgage Attorneys (ACMA) and is the Chair of its Publications Sub-Committee and a Co-Vice Chair of its Insolvency Committee. He is also vice-chair of the Financial Institutions Committee of the California Lawyers Association.
Handling Problem Loans in the Age of COVID-19