• 801.703.6693
  • fmiller@florencemillerlaw.com
  • 6900 S. 500 E. Midvale, UT 84047

Florence M. Miller is a trial and appellate litigation attorney. She handles business and personal claims of all kinds, is responsive to the needs of her clients, and is proud of her reputation for successfully handling cases as quickly and economically as possible. In addition, she is also proud of her record in complex litigation. Ms. Miller represents both defendants and plaintiffs. 

These include the following:

  • Commercial contract breaches
  • Corporate director and officer disputes
  • Corporate shareholder rights claims
  • Employer/employee disputes
  • Personal injury claims
  • Real estate disputes
  • State and federal appeals
  • Probate disputes

Florence Miller represents companies of sizes and types, from small cottage businesses to businesses employing thousands of employees. Your business is unique, and we have the creativity and sophistication to find integrated solutions that work for your objectives – for us, there is no one-size-fits all.

It is important for us to understand the key value proposition and learn the intricacies of your operations, along with your short-term and long term objectives. We believe that a multiple-disciplinary approach to resolving issues is key, which sometimes means coordinating with advisors outside of the law firm and working collaboratively.

We believe that each of our clients are looking for us to develop constructive solutions and offer practical advice to resolve and avoid issues and foster growth. Sound judgment, vision and common sense are skills our clients have come to appreciate in working with our firm. 

Some of our services in corporate law include:

  • Agency and representative agreements
  • Business control disputes
  • Business start-ups
  • Corporate management and restructuring
  • Distribution agreements
  • Employee benefits and relations
  • Entity selection
  • Equipment leases
  • Franchise agreements
  • Joint ventures and strategic alliances
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Partnership and limited partnership agreements
  • Shareholder relations and related agreements

Ms. Miller advises employers and individuals about many aspects of employment and labor law. Ms. Miller advises clients about ADA, ADEA, breach of contract, defamation, FMLA, FLSA, non-compete contracts, Title VII, trade secret cases, and wrongful discharge.

Ms. Miller also helps employers comply with ERISA, employee benefits, employment and severance agreements, executive compensation, and personnel policies.

Ms. Miller is well-known for her skill as an attorney in employment and labor law. Her clients include employers in many industries, such as banking, hospitality, major industrial, retail, service, health care, and technology.

Ms. Miller’s experience extends to:

  • Antidiscrimination, non-retaliation, and whistleblower laws (both federal and state)
  • Drug and alcohol testing
  • Employee agreements, compensation and benefits, and discipline and termination
  • Investigations and audits state agencies such as the Utah Labor Commission and Utah Department of Workforce Services. On a federal level, investigations and audits for the following: the Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division; Department of Labor; Employee Benefits Security Administration; Equal Employment Opportunity Commission; and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration
  • Labor-management relations, including arbitrations, collective bargaining agreements, contract administration, negotiation and execution of and planning for maintaining or regaining nonunion status representation hearings, and proceedings for unfair labor practices
  • Leave laws for federal and state employee
  • Minimum wage and overtime requirements as described by the federal Fair Labor Standards Act
  • Non-compete, non-solicitation, and confidentiality agreements
  • Occupational safety and health
  • Personnel policies and employment handbooks
  • Preservation and protection of trade secrets, intellectual property, and confidential information
  • Prevailing wage requirements for the U.S. government.
  • Screening, hiring, and training employees