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Miller ’69 Publishes Legal Non-fiction

Terrance Miller, Esq. ’69 has recently published an update to the non-fiction book “Products Liability Depositions” (2012). The latest edition of the book serves as a guide for establishing a solid legal case that could be helpful for any lawyer. In addition, the book also features sample depositions from past legal battles to illustrate practical applications of methodologies. “Products Liability Depositions” is a ready resource for legal doctrines across the 50 states that are often applicable in product liability cases.

Miller utilizes his more than 35 years of trial and appellate practice experience to write this latest edition. As someone who has served clients at a national level and has tried cases in 13 states involving industries as varied as motor vehicles, industrial machinery, pharmaceuticals and consumer products, Miller has a breadth of knowledge to provide other attorneys. The knowledge that Miller shares in this edition focus on ways attorneys go about preparing diligent and focused depositions.

Having graduated from Hobart College with a B.A. in political science, Miller is currently a partner at the law firm Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP and chair of its Product Liability Practice Group. He represents clients on a national basis and has handled cases in Alabama, California, Texas, Illinois, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, Florida, New Mexico and Tennessee.

He has received a number of accolades including listing in The Best Lawyers in America® for the areas of personal injury and civil litigation every year since 1987; he has been named the Best Lawyers’ 2010 Columbus, Ohio Personal Injury Litigator of the Year. He was also listed in Columbus Monthly’s “The Top Lawyers in Columbus” in 1997 and is recognized by the publishers of Law & Politics and Cincinnati Magazine as an Ohio Super Lawyer®.

At the Colleges, Miller was a member of the football and basketball teams, inducted into Orange Key and served on the Athletic Advisory Council.