“Looking forward to continue working with my clients at my new firm, Miller, Miller & Canby.”

Scott Mirsky

Principal (He/Him)


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It has been a pleasure working with you over the years. 

I will be transitioning to Miller, Miller & Canby effective May 1, 2023.

For new and existing clients, you can contact me using the updated information above. 

Thanks again and I look forward to continuing our work together. 

Bar Admissions
  • Maryland

  • District of Columbia

  • J.D., magna cum laude, University of Baltimore School of Law, 1997
         - Casenotes Editor of the University of Baltimore Law Review 

  • B.A., American University, 1994

Accolades & Awards
  • Maryland Super Lawyers (2019, 2023)

  • Best Law Firms – U.S. News & Best Lawyers (2013-2023)
         - Tier 2 National Ranking for Litigation - Labor & Employment
         - Tier 2 National Ranking for Employment Law - Management
         - Tier 1 Metropolitan (D.C. area) Ranking for Litigation - Labor & Employment
         - Tier 1 Metropolitan (D.C. area) Ranking for Employment Law - Management

  • AV Preeminent® Peer Review Rated 

In The News
Civic & Community Involvement
  • Maryland State Bar Association
         - Member, Board of Directors (Present)

  • Bar Association of Montgomery County
         - Co-Chair, Employment Law Section (2005-2007)
         - Member

  • ASTM Drafting Subcommittee F43.05 on Quality Assurance in Language Services
         - Active Member

  • DC Employment Justice Center
         - Pro Bono service


         - Advisory Board Member (Legal, Compliance and Employment Law 2021 research)

Representative Cases
  • Obtained an emergency preliminary injunction order that required client’s former salesperson, who had formed a competing business, to stop soliciting work from leads that were obtained during the time she worked for our client.

  • Obtained an order for a physician that declared a non-solicitation provision in his employment agreement to be unenforceable, which then allowed that physician to render medical services to his former patients without any restrictions.

  • Defense of nationwide employer who was accused of improperly using copyrighted software.

  • Represented hotel chain in nationwide litigation involving alleged construction defects caused by the hotel’s builders, as well as warranty claims against the building component manufacturers.

  • Was successful in having his client’s ERISA disability claim remanded back to the insurance provider for a full and fair review, when the insurance provider neglected to consider records and statements from insured’s treating physicians and social worker.

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