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Tarter Krinsky&Drogin announced today that Charles M. Miller has joined the firm as a partner in its Litigation practice where he will lead the newly formed Securities and Financial Services Litigation Group.

A litigator with more than 20 years of experience, Mr. Miller represents institutional investors, investment funds, high-net-worth individuals and overseas financial institutions in a wide range of disputes arising in connection with debt and equity securities, derivatives, financial contracts and structured financial transactions.

Mr. Miller litigates contract and tort claims arising in connection with privately issued debt and equity, leveraged loans, collateral bond obligations (CBOs), collateral loan obligations (CLOs), residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS), swap contracts and structured transactions effectuating a variety of business purposes, including arbitrage and regulatory capital relief.

“With his in-depth knowledge of the evolving legal and regulatory landscape as well as the financial structures in use today, Charles is a strong addition to our Litigation practice,” said Alan M. Tarter, Managing Partner. “We are thrilled to welcome him to the firm as we continue to strategically grow our practices to meet the needs of our clients.”

“Now more than ever, clients need the guidance of strong counsel to ensure that they obtain the full benefits of what are increasingly complex financial transactions. Where a dispute arises, an effective litigator can guide the client to protect and preserve the client’s full range of legal and contractual rights, encourage resolution with a forceful, thoroughly supported presentation of those rights, and, if necessary, enforce those rights in a court of law,” said Mr. Miller. “Tarter Krinsky&Drogin is one of the leading full-service firms representing middle-market companies, and I look forward to contributing to the firm’s array of outstanding legal services by helping to build the Securities and Financial Services Litigation Group.”

Admitted to practice in both New York and Connecticut, Mr. Miller received his J.D. from Fordham University School of Law where he was the Notes & Articles Editor of the Fordham Urban Law Journal, and received his B.A. from Hobart College. Prior to joining Tarter Krinsky&Drogin, Mr. Miller was a partner at KasowitzBenson Torres LLP.

Tarter Krinsky&Drogin’sLitigation Practice Group represents corporate and individual clients in virtually every type of commercial and business litigation in federal and state trial and appellate courts, bankruptcy courts and in arbitration and mediation proceedings. The practice covers the full range of complex, challenging issues facing private and public companies, and individuals today.