Giles Miller is a principal at Lynx Insights & Investigations and heads Lynx’s Los Angeles office.
Giles has over 15 years of experience managing litigation-support investigations, due diligence investigations, asset searches and internal probes for corporations and institutions. He has managed numerous investigations in the United States and abroad, particularly in Asia and Latin America, including corporate contests, patent infringement cases and employment-related litigation.
Most recently, Giles was an Associate Managing Director in the Los Angeles office of Kroll, an international investigative-services firm. In 2012, he was a lead investigator in Kroll’s investigation, conducted at the request of the President of the University of California (“UC”), into the events that led to the use of pepper spray at UC Davis on student protesters in November 2011. He was a primary author of Kroll’s investigative report, which was publicly released along with the findings of a task force led by former California Supreme Court Justice Cruz Reynoso. In 2006, Giles led an internal investigation on behalf of a publicly-traded clothing retailer that identified undisclosed ownership interests by a top executive in companies owned by one of the clothing retailer’s primary vendors. Kroll’s findings led the clothing retailer to terminate the executive for cause and, in 2013, the executive was convicted of defrauding the clothing retailer and ordered to forfeit more than $25 million.
Giles got his start as an investigator at the James Mintz Group in New York. Prior to his investigative career, Giles worked in the publishing industry in New York in research and editorial capacities.
Giles is a graduate of Wesleyan University.
Giles can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (213) 792-2320