D.J. Miller is a partner in the insolvency and restructuring group of Thornton Grout Finnigan LLP and has represented a wide variety of stakeholders in complex restructurings and insolvency litigation. She currently acts as lead Canadian insolvency counsel to the UK Pension Claimants in the Nortel Networks case, and was successful in obtaining a precedent-setting pro rata allocation of US$7.3 billion of sale proceeds among more than 40 insolvency estates in Canada, the US and Europe following the first joint trial of the Canadian and US Courts. Ms. Miller has extensive experience on the “deal” side of restructurings as well as insolvency litigation, and has appeared before every level of court in Canada. She is considered a “go-to” counsel for stakeholders requiring creative advice to achieve effective workouts. Ms. Miller is known for her deep knowledge of the insolvency framework, both domestic and international, and for applying analytical and strategic skills to achieve successful outcomes for her clients. She is a member of the Insolvency Institute of Canada (IIC), currently serves as President on the Board of Directors of the Toronto Chapter of the Turnaround Management Association (TMA) and as Vice-Chair of the Chapter Presidents’ Council of TMA Global.