Inga Miller assists individuals and businesses in the structuring of their companies and real estate deals. She couples an eye for detail and deadlines honed during nearly a decade as a news reporter with business practicality to provide clients with guidance and agreements that meet their unique needs.
Inga is co-author of the 2014, 2015 and 2016 updates of Retail Leasing: Drafting and Negotiating the Lease published by Continuing Education of the Bar.
Inga's practice areas includes:
Examples of matters in which Inga has been involved include:
- Representation of commercial property owners in financing, lease, and sale transactions.
- Structuring partnership, limited liability companies, and other entities.
- Representation of Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) lenders, including acquisition of warehouse credit facilities.
- Representation of commercial developers.
- Representation of tenants.
- Assisting in the representation of City of Los Angeles in First Amendment dispute involving City billboard ordinance.
The importance that real property plays in every facet of our society from government to business and individuals’ lives led Inga to focus on real estate as a journalist. She covered zoning, real estate fraud, and a raft of issues affecting California’s Central Valley ranging from flooding to farming and planning for future communities. Bridging her First Amendment and real estate backgrounds, Inga during law school assisted appellate attorneys in the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Land Use Division defend controversial restrictions on billboards. Upon graduating from Southwestern Law School’s accelerated, two-year SCALE® program in 2010, she joined Timken Johnson LLP. She has worked in both the firm’s litigation and transactional practices and presently focuses on transactions. In her leisure time, Inga devotes herself to her community of Orinda where she serves on the Orinda City Council.