Law Office of Bryan Barnet Miller
15760 Ventura Boulevard, Suite 700
Encino, California  91436
Telephone (818) 995-9465  

Biography of Bryan Barnet Miller

Introduction

Photo of Bryan Barnet MillerBryan Barnet Miller is a lawyer with significant litigation and trial experience, whose Encino practice focuses on mediation, civil and human rights, class actions, health care, and HOA law.

Mr. Miller has over 15 years of litigation experience on both the plaintiff and defense sides, work that imbues him with a strong ability to strategize in a manner that best serves his clients.

He was a named equity partner in the civil rights firm of Litt, Estuar, Harrison, Miller & Kitson, LLP, where he practiced high-impact, class-action litigation. He worked as counsel, co-counsel, trial counsel, or co-trial counsel on notable class-impact cases.

While at Wotman, Kors & Cloutier, LLP, Mr. Miller practiced plaintiff's sexual-orientation discrimination law and civil rights law, both on an individual and class-action basis.  Additionally, Mr. Miller mediated civil rights cases under ยง 1983 (the Federal Civil Rights Act of 1871) with outstanding results.   

Serving as Of Counsel at Norton & Melnik, APC, he litigated insurance defense cases in personal injury fraud, products liability/construction, and intentional torts while practicing all forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR). He settled multiple insurance defense cases for nuisance value, protecting his clients from exposure to significant damages as well as potentially large fees and costs, and he prosecuted highly complex cases under the Davis-Stirling Act, protecting the rights of plaintiff homeowners against abusive HOAs.

Mr. Miller teaches needs-based facilitative mediation to undergraduates at Loyola Marymount University, served as a past Program Chair of the Los Angeles County Bar, International Law Section, and is currently a member of the International Law Section of the California State Bar.

Credentials

Mr. Miller's interests in protecting the legal rights and privileges of others stems in part from living the first 18 years of his life in South Africa under the Apartheid regime.  After moving to the United States, this compelled him to work in the areas of health care, civil rights, and public international law.  His education and experience reflect his values and committment to equality under the law:

Publications

His writings and presentations include the following:

  • Presented a webinar on Accountable Care Organizations and Chronic Conditions under international law and the Affordable Care Act for the California State Bar in 2016
  • Presented a webinar on Healthcare as a Human Right under international law and the Affordable Care Act for the California State Bar in 2014
  • Presented a lecture on Reparations for Victims in the International Criminal Courts for the Los Angeles County Bar Association in 2013
  • A Model of Victims' Reparations in the International Criminal Court, published by the University of La Verne Law Review, Volume 33, May 2012
  • Whatever Happened to Victim Participation? that was published by The American Society of International Law (ASIL) in 2011
  • Treating HIV as a Chronic Condition in a Managed Care Setting, a widely circulated policy paper
  • The Prophylactic Treatment of PWA's with AZT, which was incorporated into Los Angeles County's strategic health care plan

Court Admissions

  • Member of the State Bar of California;
  • Admitted to practice in all federal courts in California;
  • Admitted to and has argued before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals; and,
  • Admitted to the United States Supreme Court.