Harry S. Miller is a Partner at the law firm Burns & Levinson LLP, based in Boston, Massachusetts. In addition to representing defrauded investors and individuals who believe they have been cheated by their stockbroker or investment advisor, Mr. Miller also provides services to other attorneys regarding securities fraud.
Mr. Miller was previously a partner in the firm of Vacovec, Miller and Rothenberg, a law firm which concentrated its practice in tax law. He has a strong background in taxation, tax and estate planning, and tax-oriented investment strategies.
He is the author of, among other things, Elements of a Claim Involving Misrepresentation, NASD Arbitrator Training Program and The Arbitration Discovery Guide. He has participated as an instructor for the National Association of Securities Dealers (now known as the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) arbitrator training programs, and he has also been a speaker and panelist at various securities and tax programs. He has been quoted extensively in various articles in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Boston Business Journal, The Boston Globe, Boston Herald, Mass Lawyers Weekly, Smart Money Magazine, Fortune Magazine, Chicago Tribune, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Long Island Business News, ignites.com, Registered Rep Magazine, and On Wall Street Magazine. Mr. Miller has also been interviewed by WBZ TV, Eyewitness News, WCVB TV, WBZ News Radio and NPR Market Place.
Harry S. Miller has consulted with defrauded investors and attorneys throughout the country and internationally in connection with securities arbitrations and stockbroker/customer disputes. He has represented customers against virtually all of the major brokerage firms as well as against smaller broker-dealers and independent investment advisors. The vast majority of such claims are settled through negotiations prior to arbitration.
Mr. Miller has accepted many cases on a contingency fee basis so that the legal fee is only payable as a percentage of the ultimate arbitration award or settlement amount. He offers a free initial consultation. He also may be retained on an hourly fee basis. In appropriate circumstances he will provide services based upon a hybrid fee which combines retainers with a cap on the payments, to be applied against a contingency fee.
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