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Stearns Miller Camille

Founder at Law Office of Camille Stearns Miller
Member Since: 2018


streetAddress: 2931 Ridge Road, Ste. 101, #18
cityName: Rockwall
province: Texas
zipCode: 75032
Phone: Available to Members
Mobile Phone: Available to Members
Race: African American/Black
Languages (Fluent): English
Primary Areas of Practice: Employment Discrimination
Description of Member's Practice: Conducts EEO investigations and HR Training for corporate, government and non-profit organizations. Represent management in labor and employment disputes.
Member Type: Outside Counsel
Firm/Company: Law Office of Camille Stearns Miller
Firm/Company Size: 1-10
Firm/Company Profile: Camille Stearns Miller practices in the areas of labor (labor arbitrations), employment, commercial litigation and education law. She has also represented public clients in municipal finance litigation, transportation law, general negligence and intentional tort claims. Ms. Stearns Miller was a partner with an international firm with more than 1,250 lawyers and a long-term partner with minority firms located in Detroit, MI and Dallas, TX. During her tenure in Michigan and Texas, Ms. Stearns Miller has represented a number of Fortune 50 companies in various discrimination cases. Many were resolved through trial, motions for summary judgment, including cases involving sexual harassment and sex discrimination, race, age, religion, national origin, retaliation and disability discrimination claims. Throughout the years, Ms. Stearns Miller 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. City of Detroit, et al., just to name a few. Ms. Stearns Miller 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. Ms. Stearns Miller 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. Ms. Stearns Miller is also familiar with various provisions of the Texas Education Code. EXPERIENCE Ms. Stearns Miller has litigated cases through trial and appellate levels in federal and state courts. Some of Ms. Stearns Miller’s successful actions in these areas are listed below. • Served as lead counsel representing the Defendant, a Dallas hospital, in a discrimination case alleging claims of sex and pregnancy discrimination. The court granted Defendant’s Motion for Summary Judgment and awarded costs to Defendant. • Served as lead counsel for an international seat belt corporation in its San Antonio, Texas facility regarding an American with Disabilities Act ("ADA"), and hostile work environment case. The Court granted Defendant’s Motion for Summary Judgment and awarded costs. • Served as lead counsel for one of the top five international accounting firms in a sex discrimination and failure to promote case. The Court granted Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment and the Michigan Court of Appeals upheld the decision. • Represented numerous school districts in the state of Michigan involving labor and employment litigation claims, tort, construction, constitutional law and public finance litigation. • Defended management in labor arbitration against administrators, teachers and support staff regarding the following claims: terminations, suspensions, discrimination, curriculum issues and contract interpretation issues. • Represented Fortune 500 food industry clients in cases involving claims of sexual harassment, race, national origin and disability claims of discrimination with successful outcomes.
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Bar Admissions (up to 10): Texas
Former Member of the Bench: No
Percent of Members Time Spent on Employment Law Matters: 75 - 100
Percent of Member's Practice Spent on Plaintiff's Employment Matters: 0