Kristy Z. Miller


Kristy Z. Miller is a member in the firm's Subrogation & Recovery Department, practicing in the New York office.

Kristy’s practice consists of litigating a variety of complex state and federal subrogation matters, from investigation through litigation and recovery. She focuses primarily on property damage and product liability claims, and is responsible for managing experts, inspections and discovery.

Kristy is currently admitted to the bar in New York state, and both state and federal courts in New Jersey.


Cozen O’Connor Promotes 20 to Membership

April 08, 2020

Cozen O'Connor is pleased to recognize 20 attorneys with the promotion to member.


The Exceptions to Circumvent the alleged “Independent Contractor” Defense [Subrogation & Recovery Law Blog]

June 22, 2021

In subrogation actions arising from a subcontractor’s negligence, a common defense for a general contractor is to allege that the subcontractor was an “independent contractor.” In other words – “it wasn’t me, it was the other guy, and I’m not responsible for him!” But is that always the end of...

N.Y. Court of Appeals: No Difference Between “Private” and “Public” Posts in Discovery [Subrogation & Recovery Law Blog]

March 12, 2019

A 2018 N.Y. Court of Appeals case has shed light on the limitations of privacy settings on social media accounts. Previously, a user might have thought that marking a post or photo “private” would be sufficient to shield it from prying eyes, even in the event of a lawsuit. But that's not necessarily...

No Harm, No Foul in Apple E-Book Notice Screw Up [Class Action Defense Review Blog]

October 04, 2014

In mid-September, class notices went out in the ongoing Apple E-books class action lawsuit that might have momentarily had Apple's attorneys a little concerned. Over three million potential members of the class received information detailing the next phase in the litigation–the trial to determine...

Chen v. Howard-Anderson: A Study in the Standards of Review and of D&O Conduct in the Merger Context [Global Insurance Alert]

May 08, 2014

Litigation over challenges to corporate mergers has swelled in recent years, exposing directors, officers and their D&O insurers to large amounts of defense costs and potentially great liability. The Delaware Chancery Court recently issued an opinion analyzing and explaining the various standards by which courts review challenges to director decision-making in the merger context, which provides a thorough summary for all interested parties.

Dispatches from the E-Book Wars [Class Action Defense Review Blog]

May 01, 2014

Apple’s e-book fortunes in the Southern District of New York darkened and then brightened this past week as Judge Denise Cote denied Apple’s request to stay its upcoming damages trial and plaintiffs’ class notification. Later in the week, however, the Second Circuit issued a temporary administrative...

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  • Earle Mack School of Law at Drexel University , J.D., 2013
  • St. Joseph's University, B.A., 2010
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • U.S. District Court -- New Jersey