David Miller is an associate in Bradley’s Litigation Practice Group. David handles disputes that span a wide variety of industries and matters, including fiduciary, bet-the-company, patent, healthcare, real-estate, and construction litigation. David is particularly well-versed in representing and advising directors, officers, and owners of closely held companies, as he draws on his expertise of internal-governance law regarding all types of entities to advise clients on how to leverage their positions and powers both prior to and during litigation. He has routinely briefed and argued complex matters concerning entity governance and fiduciary disputes in federal and state courts.
David’s diverse practice has him routinely appearing and arguing motions before state courts throughout Texas, as well as in all four Texas federal district courts. In particular, his patent-litigation practice means he appears and argues before judges in the Eastern District of Texas and the Waco Division of the Western District of Texas on a regular basis. No matter the size or nature of the dispute, he is prepared to advise and advocate with an eye toward the specific context of the case.
Prior to joining the firm, David clerked for the Hon. Ed Kinkeade of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas, Dallas Division. He attended the University of Iowa College of Law, graduating with highest distinction. While in law school, he attended Baylor Law School’s Academy of the Advocate in St. Andrews, Scotland — earning the honor of best advocate in the School of the Trial. David is a proud native of Waco, Texas, where he attended Baylor University for his undergraduate studies, majoring in political science and religion.