I have a general law practice with an emphasis on employment law, overtime litigation and consumer law. Legal matters should be handled efficiently. By using the internet I am able to provide my services in a convenient, affordable manner. Please contact me to discuss your legal needs. Mr. Miltenberger’s law practice in the labor and employ
I help collect unpaid overtime for employees who have been denied what is rightfully owed to them by their employer.Read More
Discrimination and wage and hour issues, executive compensation agreements and severance packages.Read More
Corporate formation, regulation, business contracts and litigation.Read More
Last week I was appointed as National Co-Lead Counsel in the Portfolio Recovery TCPA MDL. I help stop Robo-calls from telemarketers who violate the TCPA by calling your home or cell phone without your permission..Read More
Mr. Miltenberger is a 1982 graduate from the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law. He was a member of the Law Review.
He has a general law practice with an emphasis on employment law, litigation, business organizations and contract drafting.
Mr. Miltenberger has handled various litigation matters in federal and state court and before numerous federal and state administrative agencies. His responsibilities have included all aspects of the litigation. He has handled injunction hearings, all phases of discovery, dispositive motions, settlement negotiations, trials and appeals. Mr. Miltenberger has extensive arbitration experience having represented parties in over fifty labor arbitration hearings.
He has been active in the legal area of business formation and regulation. He has served as General Counsel for three start-up companies, including a publically traded company. From start-up funding to liquidity events, Mr. Miltenberger has negotiated and drafted a wide range of agreements and guided companies through their growth stages. His experience drafting contracts applies to national and international contracts, having completed exclusive distribution agreements for China, India and Sri Lanka."Excellence is an art won by training and habituation. We do not act rightly because we have virtue or excellence, but rather have those because we have acted rightly. We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit." Read More
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