Darrell Miller Named to The Hollywood Reporter’s Prestigious Power Lawyers ListApril 4, 2018 – Press Releases
A continuing testament to his innate ability to transform and revolutionize the careers of today’s top-tier entertainers, Darrell D. Miller, chair of the Entertainment Department at Fox Rothschild LLP, has been named a 2018 Power Lawyer by The Hollywood Reporter for the third consecutive year.
Miller was highlighted in this special report for his representation of some of the industry’s leading talent. According to The Hollywood Reporter:
Miller helped crown Angela Bassett royalty in Black Panther (and, this summer, CIA director in Mission: Impossible 6). He also facilitated Courtney B. Vance's return to FX as star and executive producer of crime drama Heist 88 and inked the Emmy winner's acting deals for comedy pilot Compliance and drama feature Ben Is Back.
The Hollywood Reporter’s annual list of 100 attorneys is selected by a research team that studies the year’s biggest deals and legal cases. Lawyers are identified as talent dealmakers, litigators or corporate dealmakers and evaluated against their peers based on cases won or the nature of deals closed as well as their reputations within the entertainment legal community.
Miller, together with his bicoastal team of entertainment attorneys, has built a successful full-service entertainment law practice representing celebrities, top executives and major corporate clients. He has personally transformed the careers of many entertainers and remains a trusted adviser to stars who credit him as a central factor in their enduring success, including rapper/actor Chris "Ludacris" Bridges and producer and best-selling author TD Jakes, among others.
A known leader in the industry, Miller has earned numerous accolades for his work with many of Hollywood’s entertainment professionals. He was recently named to Variety’s Legal Impact Report and Dealmakers Impact Report and was honored in 2016 by the Beverly Hills Bar Association as Entertainment Lawyer of the Year for his impact on the field of entertainment law.