Howard M. Miller
is a member (partner) in the firm’s labor and employment practice and co-chair of the firm’s school districts practice area. In private sector employment litigation, Howard litigates all types of employment discrimination and retaliation claims. He also represents clients in non-compete and trade secret cases and has won two significant appellate court decisions strengthening and cementing New York’s “Faithless Servant Doctrine.” Many of Howard’s cases have received media attention and have been reported in national employment law periodicals. In addition, Howard frequently lectures and writes articles on topics such as Constitutional Law, non-compete and trade secret litigation and employment issues relating to social networking sites and various aspects of employment discrimination and education law. Howard has contributed to several publications relating to the practice of employment law.