Dan Miller exclusively represents whistleblowers, nationwide, in state and federal False Claim Act cases and in cases under the IRS, SEC, and CFTC whistleblower programs.
Prior to joining WMH, Dan led one of the largest whistleblower practice groups in the United States for nearly ten years. During this time, he was lead counsel in a series of successful cases across the country, which returned hundreds of millions of dollars to various federal and state government entities. Through this work, Dan earned an exceptional reputation for successfully litigating cases that were initially declined by the government.
Prior to entering private practice in 2010, Dan was a Deputy Attorney General for the Delaware Department of Justice for over 16 years. He is battle-tested, having tried over 125 cases to jury verdict. During his time with the government, Dan served on numerous national litigation and negotiation teams comprised of federal and state prosecutors. Collectively, those False Claims Act cases returned more than $2.5 billion to state and federal treasuries.
Now in private practice, Dan provides his clients with extensive trial experience, deep insight into the personnel, structure, and function of these government entities, and a thorough understanding of the investigative sequences utilized by the prosecutors who lead these cases.
He is a former president of the National Association of Medicaid Fraud Control Units (“NAMFCU”). Prior to serving as NAMFCU’s President, Dan was the co-chair of NAMFCU’s Qui Tam Subcommittee, where he coordinated communications and litigation positions for all states which have enacted False Claims Acts.