Jeremy L. Miller

Litigation Paralegal
He / Him / His
Washington, D.C. area
1900 Duke Street, Suite 600
Alexandria, VA 22314
D: 703.518.4508

Jeremy Miller is a Paralegal within Merchant & Gould’s litigation department in Alexandria, VA. His main responsibilities include supporting the firm in establishing the ITC department and assisting our IP attorneys. With over 22 years of experience, Jeremy is a true asset to the Merchant & Gould team.

Litigation Paralegal With Over 22 Years of Experience

Jeremy started his journey into law by working as a Litigation Paralegal and later a Litigation Case Manager for two other boutique IP firms. 

Jeremy conducted legal research, provided support during patent infringement litigations, and oversaw those litigations through all phases of fact and expert discovery and trial. It was during this time that he also began supporting attorneys through ITC investigations, a specialized area of law focused on intellectual property and unfair competition disputes concerning imported products.

Jeremy found he enjoyed ITC work and the unique aspects of that practice area and has overseen many ITC Section 337 investigations from complaint filing to final determination.

Supporting Merchant & Gould’s ITC Practice

As a member of the firm’s litigation paralegals team, Jeremy is focused on helping inventors and companies protect their IP rights from patent, trademark and copyright infringement. He will also support our attorneys through ITC section 337 and our ANDA district court litigations.

Jeremy’s various responsibilities include maintaining case files, scheduling depositions, putting together exhibits for depositions and trials, and conducting research on behalf of our attorneys. With Jeremy’s experience in ITC and patent litigation work, he’s able to blend into our workflow seamlessly. As a result, our firm can better serve our national and international clients.

Dedicated Problem Solver & Supporter

Jeremy greatly enjoys doing whatever it takes to support Merchant & Gould’s attorneys across all practice areas. He especially thrives in situations that require strong problem-solving skills. And in the legal industry, these situations occur often.

Whether supporting an attorney through a difficult ITC case or determining how to maneuver the changing legal landscape due to quarantine, he’s always up for a challenge. Jeremy meets the unexpected challenges involved in law head-on.

Jeremy received his Bachelor of Arts from Marietta College, where he graduated with Honors. Originally from Ohio, in his free time, Jeremy enjoys fishing in the District and back in his home state as well as playing pool. 
 


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