Miller, Mark E.

Mark E. Miller


Mark MillerMark handles complex commercial and contractual litigation for the firm’s clients. He also assists clients with the drafting of financial, supply chain, logistics, real estate, employment, trade secrets, and other complex agreements.

Mark works with domestic and international businesses that provide solid waste and waste water disposal, anaerobic digester, gasifier, and power generation services. Mark also works with pharmaceutical companies, food and dairy manufacturers, financial institutions, commercial real estate developers, and other businesses. He has experience with the project and contract management, technical accounting and project finance requirements of capital replacement and waste to energy projects.

Mark has also worked on several renewable energy projects, including landfill gas, coal bed and coal mine methane, and other bio-mass wastes. Mark was a private sector delegate at the Washington International Renewable Energy Conference. More than 2,800 delegates from 119 countries attended this ministerial level conference. Government officials, energy experts and private sector delegates, discussed ways their countries could develop renewable energy, promote sustainable development, and reduce greenhouse emissions.

Mark has conducted numerous seminars, primarily in the area of contract and employment law, for contract managers and human resource professionals with information about legal issues in the field and with helpful, practical guidance to assist them in conducting day to day activities in the operation of their businesses.

Mark received a B.A. degree with honors from Wesleyan University (Connecticut) in 1979, and a J.D. degree from the University of Connecticut in 1984. He is admitted to practice in the State and Federal courts of Indiana and Connecticut, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.

Professional Affiliations:

  • Member, Evansville Bar Association and Indiana State Bar Association
  • Master, Brooks American Inns of Court, Evansville, Indiana (1990 – Present)

Community Affiliations:

  • Board Member, Tri-State World Trade Network, Inc. (Present)
  • Board Member, ACLU of Indiana (Present)
  • Board Member and Vice-President, Leadership Evansville (Past)
  • Board Member, University of Southern Indiana Society of Arts and Humanities (Past)
  • Board Member, Preservation Alliance of Evansville, Inc. (Past)
  • Trustee, Evansville Day School (Past)
  • Board Member, Center City Corporation (Past)
  • As a member of the Citizens Commission for the Future of Indiana Courts, Mark worked closely with the Indiana State Bar Association and the Indiana Judges Association on a comprehensive revision of the jury rules in Indiana, which recommendations were adopted by the Indiana Supreme Court.
  • Mark served as a founding board member of the National Issues Forums Institute, Washington, D.C. from 1995 through 1999. The Institute supervises the National Issues Forums, a national community based public policy project.
  • Mark served on a task force at the Kettering Foundation, Dayton, Ohio that developed a national public policy institute curriculum designed to train people in local communities how to identify critical local community issues and conduct public discussions and reach resolution of those issues.
  • Mark organized and led dozens of community discussions throughout the United States on national and local public policy issues, ranging from abortion to Social Security to national security. Mark’s work was featured in 2 national television broadcasts on the Learning Channel and PBS.

Admissions to Practice:

  • Indiana Bar
  • United States Federal District Court for the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana
  • Connecticut Bar
  • United States Federal District Courts of Connecticut
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
  • United States Supreme Court


  • Wesleyan University (Connecticut), B.A. with honors, 1979
  • University of Connecticut School of Law, J.D., 1984

Practice Areas:

Phone: 812-491-8222, ext. 222
Fax: 812-464-7122