Managing director at Alvarez & Marsal in Boston, specializing in high-stakes, complex litigation. Also a director with the New England Legal Foundation.
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Renée Miller-Mizia is a Managing Director with Alvarez & Marsal Global Forensic and Dispute Services in Boston, specializing in high-stakes, complex litigation, particularly as an expert in the chemical and plastic industry.
With more than 30 years of industry and consulting experience, she frequently serves in roles where an understanding of how changing energy costs and industry dynamics influence short and long-term earnings forecasts, as well as in situation requiring a determination of chemical industry damage.
Notable assignments include: Weisfelner v. Blavatankit et al (Access Industries / LyondellBasell 2012), Rohm & Haas v. Dow (2009), Hexion Specialty Chemicals Inc. v. Hunstman Corp. (2008), and Solutia v. Decatur Energy Center and Solutia v. Calpine (2007).
More recently, Ms. Miller-Mizia played advisory roles in several significant environmental matters in the oil industry in the U.S. and Latin America. In addition, she has worked with clients across several market segments, including specialty materials, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing and financial services.
A former GE strategist, she previously worked with BRG, CMAI and Charles River Associates. Her experiences include roles as business development manager, competitive strategy leader, total quality manager (black belt) and in-house counsel.
Ms. Miller-Mizia earned a bachelor’s degree in material science engineering from Cornell University and a J.D. from Western New England University School of Law. While at GE, she completed their Advanced Financial Management Program.
She is a member of the American Bar Association and is active with its Litigation and Environmental sections. She is also a Director with the New England Legal Foundation, a Member of the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s Business Partner’s Committee, a member of the Massachusetts and Connecticut Bars, and currently serves on the Cornell University Engineering Alumni Advisory Board.
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Op-Ed: Everyone Gains When the Poor Receive Free Legal ServicesRenee Miller-Mizia, Jeffrey Baliban
National Law Journal
December 1, 2014
Pro bono provides good training for lawyers and economic benefit to the community.
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