Jeremy Miller is a corporate & finance associate concentrating in transactional matters. He regularly advises businesses in dealings such as corporate governance and organization, restructurings, and mergers and acquisitions, both on the buy side and sell side. Jeremy has a particular focus on advising healthcare institutions in corporate matters, most recently advising Winthrop-University Hospital (now NYU-Winthrop) in its affiliation with NYU Langone Health System. He is a regular contributor to Farrell Fritz’s New York Health Law blog.
Why should a client choose Farrell Fritz over other area law firms?
In a word: consistency. Farrell Fritz delivers consistent, high-quality work. Plus, attorneys strive to keep an open line of communication during client cases, taking an interest in not just the legal matter, but also in the clients’ personal lives. With time, that builds a strong foundation for a growing attorney-client relationship.
“Success means building a professional relationship with your clients and working together to meet their goals and needs.”
Why did you choose to join Farrell Fritz?
Farrell Fritz has a reputation as the best firm to work for, with the best people to work with, on Long Island. The attorneys are respected and successful in their fields, and the firm as a whole has a collaborative atmosphere. If an attorney has an issue outside his or her practice, that attorney is able to confer with another attorney in the firm who is experienced in that area. I was also drawn to the firm’s dedication to community service. Having spent more than 520 hours performing pro bono work for indigent tenants in landlord tenant court, I can attest firsthand how rewarding—and important—it is to give back to the community.
Describe a gratifying moment in your career.
While I was a Pro Bono Scholar, I assisted a veteran with a housing case. He was facing imminent eviction; I was able to help obtain an extension on his lease so that he would have a reasonable amount of time to find new housing. He was so thankful and happy for what I had done. When you assist someone who could not otherwise afford the legal representation you are providing and is so grateful, there is no better feeling in the world.