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Experienced attorneys committed to providing outstanding representation with integrity and professionalism.

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Medical & More

Serving A Wide Range Of Industries

The attorneys at Sholes & Miller PLLC are committed to providing outstanding service and unparalleled professionalism. While we have grown to be a preeminent law firm for healthcare providers and facilities, our capabilities extend far beyond that scope. Our experienced attorneys practice in a variety of areas that address the legal needs of professionals, businesses and individuals.

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Position Available
Sholes & Miller, PLLC, a firm representing hospitals, nursing homes, physicians and other health professionals in NYC and the Hudson Valley has a position for a New York admitted attorney with litigation experience and knowledge of medical terminology and anatomy/physiology. Experience as a health professional (e.g. RN, PA, medical social worker) and/or first seat jury trial counsel are preferred. The successful applicant will have excellent…

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Robert Miller, Nurse Attorney, is a Member of TAANA
Robert Irving Miller, R.N., M.S., J.D., a founding partner of Sholes & Miller, is a nurse attorney, licensed to practice both nursing and law. Mr. Miller practices law in New York and Connecticut, and is a registered nurse in New York State. He is a member of The American Association of Nurse Attorneys (TAANA), a national association that provides resources, education and leadership to its…

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Sholes & Miller Strengthens the Community by Supporting Dutchess Outreach's Local Food Access Programs
10.5% of U.S. households were food insecure2 in 2019. That number has been estimated to have doubled during the current COVID-19 health crisis3. In Dutchess County alone, 26,130 individuals suffer from food insecurity. That’s 8.8% of the population1. In the language of the federal government, food insecurity is defined as when a person or a family has “limited or uncertain availability of nutritionally adequate and…

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