Camille Stearns Miller
Confident. Resolute. Compassionate.
With over 30 years of legal experience, Camille is your go-to person for employment matters. Camille has represented various clients large and small—Fortune 500 companies, corporations, county and local government entities, and school districts—before federal and state trial courts, appellate courts, and administrative agencies.
Camille was a partner at an international firm with more than 1,250 lawyers and was a long-term partner with minority firms located in Detroit, MI, and Dallas, TX. During her tenure in Michigan and Texas, Camille Miller has represented several Fortune 50 companies in various discrimination cases. Many were resolved through trial and motions for summary judgment, including cases involving sexual harassment, sex discrimination, race, age, religion, national origin, retaliation, and disability discrimination claims.
Throughout the years, Camille litigated a number of high profile cases, including: Shawn Garrett v. the Detroit Board of Education; Toni Cato Riggs v. Prudential Insurance Co., et al.; Peter Stenger v. the Detroit Board of Education, et al.; and Keith Butler, et al. v. the City of Detroit, et al., to name a few.
Camille conducts EEO investigations for corporate and government clients. She also conducts HR Training on a plethora of topics including, but not limited to: race and sex discrimination (sexual harassment), religion, national origin, Family Medical Leave Act, American with Disabilities Act, and retaliation claims.
Camille routinely provides advice and counsel to corporate and governmental entities including school districts regarding topics such as personnel policies and procedures, termination and suspension issues, at-will employment issues, teacher contract disputes, reductions in force, and general questions regarding federal and state discrimination laws. Camille is also familiar with various provisions of the Texas Education Code.
You can contact Camille at 469.607.2300 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.