Sarah Miller counsels clients in products liability, complex mass tort and other complex business litigation matters. She works with clients in a variety of industries, including pharmaceutical/life sciences, energy, financial services, healthcare and manufacturing.
Sarah has represented clients in class action claims, mass torts, multi-district litigation (MDL) and single-action claims among a diverse spectrum of claims, including products liability, health and safety, and criminal and civil investigations. She advises and advocates for large publicly-traded and private manufacturers of pharmaceutical, food and other products in critical litigation in state and federal courts across the country. She is currently part of a cross-office team representing a global pharmaceutical company in high-stakes opioid litigation in Tennessee, Kentucky and Virginia.
In addition to her products and torts practice, Sarah advises clients in various disputes for breach of contract, fraud, misrepresentation, breach of fiduciary duty and other business torts. She has extensive experience in assisting companies with data management issues, data retention counseling and e-discovery projects involving high-stakes litigation.
Sarah is actively involved in the firm’s pro bono program, including representation of juvenile clients challenging the constitutionality of criminal sentences. She also serves as the chair of Tennesseans for Alternatives to the Death Penalty.
Virginia State Bar
District of Columbia Bar
Tennesseans for Alternatives to the Death Penalty — Board Member, Secretary, Treasurer (2015-present)
American Health Law Association (AHLA)
American Bar Association
Representation of Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals, a global pharmaceutical manufacturer, in numerous cases in courts across Tennessee, Kentucky, and Virginia
Amicus brief filed in the Tennessee Supreme Court on behalf of the Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and two Tennesseans sentenced to life imprisonment as juveniles
Representation of Medicare Advantage service provider in qui tam alleging that defendants caused inflation of risk adjustment scores. U.S. ex rel. Ramsey v. Censeo Health, L.L.C., No. 3:14-cv-118 (N.D. Tex.)
Represented the Town of Smyrna, Tennessee in a lawsuit against the Municipal Gas Authority of Georgia (MGAG) alleging unauthorized natural gas hedging charges imposed by MGAG. The case was resolved very favorably for the Town.
Represented Neles-Jamesbury and Metso Automation in significant precedent-setting litigation related to whether a product manufacturer has a duty to warn of the dangers of other manufacturers’ products that are foreseeably used together.